We are a diverse team of physicists and engineers working together to understand, design, manufacture, and control coherent quantum systems comprising superconducting artificial atoms (qubits) for quantum information science and technology applications. Our efforts span fundamental research to applied physics and systems engineering.
2/25/2020 – Postdoctoral associate Jochen Braumüller and graduate student Leon Ding submitted their work on 1/f flux noise to the arXiv, titled “Characterizing and optimizing qubit coherence based on SQUID geometry.”
Universal non-adiabatic control of small-gap superconducting qubits
D.L. Campbell, Y.-P. Shim, B. Kannan, R. Winik, D. K. Kim, A. Melville, B.M. Niedzielski, J. L., Yoder, C. Tahan, S. Gustavsson, W. D. Oliver
Generating spatially entangled itinerant photons with waveguide quantum electrodynamics
B. Kannan, D.L. Campbell, F. Vasconcelos, R. Winik, D. K. Kim, M. Kjaergaard, P. Krantz, A. Melville, B.M. Niedzielski, J. L., Yoder, T. P. Orlando, S. Gustavsson, W. D. Oliver
Multi-level quantum noise spectroscopy
Y. Sung, A. Vepsäläinen, J. Braumüller, F. Yan, J. I-J. Wang, M. Kjaergaard, R. Winik, P. Krantz, A. Bengtsson, A. J. Melville, B. M. Niedzielski, M. E. Schwartz, D. K. Kim, J. L., Yoder, T. P. Orlando, S. Gustavsson, W. D. Oliver