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Superconducting Qubits, Hybrid Devices, and Circuit Architectures

By Ramya Suresh

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Superconducting circuits are a popular platform for quantum computing and simulations, demonstrating several advantages such as improved coherence and robustness compared to trapped-ion, NV center, or ultracold-atom technologies. Custom circuits can be easily designed to mimic the physics of natural or artificial systems, making them relevant to a wide range of research fields. Over the years, qubit architectures have evolved towards improved scalability, lower losses, and improved qubit-qubit connectivity. In this talk, I will be introducing the physics of superconducting circuits, recent developments in qubit architecture, and hybrid devices that combine electromagnetic qubit modes with other non-electromagnetic modes and give rise to rich physics.


Ramya Suresh

Ma Quantum Lab, Dept of Physics (Purdue University)

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The Seminar Series are sponsored by IQ-PARC & Purdue Quantum Science and Engineering Institute (PQSEI). Innovation in Quantum Pedagogy, Application and its Relation to Culture (IQ-PARC) project is supported by the National Defense Education Program (NDEP), Grant No. HQ0034-21-1-0014.

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  • Ramya Suresh (2022), "Superconducting Qubits, Hybrid Devices, and Circuit Architectures," https://nanohub.org/resources/36429.

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