We develop superconducting quantum circuits with applications in quantum computing. Currently, we are creating a toolbox of quantum measurements and feedback control for the circuit quantum electrodynamics architecture.
We also collaborate locally on hybrid quantum computing and highly-disordered superconductors. We invite you to our research section for more detailed information.
Sept. 14, 2015: Our paper on hybrid quantum circuits using SNS Josephson elements is out in Phys. Rev. Lett. today, side by side with another from Charlie Marcus’ lab. A Physics Viewpoint article summarizes the parallel developments in Copenhagen and Delft. Please see our Publications page for more details!
Aug. 31, 2015: We have just posted a new manuscript demonstrating independent control of same-frequency qubits using a pulse multicaster. We invite you to read our manuscript available on the ArXiv.
We have exciting seminars year round. Click on the icons below to view the various calendars:
We meet every Wednesday at 11 am in F028 to discuss latest developments in superconducting quantum circuits. We invite you to take a look at our list of recent papers, and to join our discussion.