Flux Qubits and Coherent Tunable Couplings between Them

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Item Metadata Li, Zheng 2010-05-06T15:22:54Z 2010-05-06T15:22:54Z 2010 2010
dc.description Submission to the Friends of Fondren Library Graduate Research Awards, 2010
dc.description.abstract Flux qubits (also known as persistent current qubits), one kind of superconducting tunnel junction circuits, are recently demonstrated as a promising candidate to realize quantum computations. In order to do large-scale quantum information processing, it is necessary to switch on and off the couplings between individual flux qubits in the time-domain while those qubits retain coherence. This report contains two parts: one is to describe my understanding of models, fabrications and measurements for one single flux qubit; the other is to compare two proposed schemes and the corresponding experimental realizations of coherent tunable couplings between flux qubits.
dc.language.iso en_US
dc.subject Superconductors
dc.title Flux Qubits and Coherent Tunable Couplings between Them
dc.type articles
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dc.identifier.citation Li, Zheng. (2010). "Flux Qubits and Coherent Tunable Couplings between Them."

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