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Coherent spin–photon coupling using a resonant exchange qubit
Electron spins hold great promise for quantum computation because of their long coherence times. Long-distance coherent coupling of spins is a crucial step towards quantum information processing withExpand
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Microwave Photon-Mediated Interactions between Semiconductor Qubits
The realization of a coherent interface between distant charge or spin qubits in semiconductor quantum dots is an open challenge for quantum information processing. Here we demonstrate both resonantExpand
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The Kaye effect
The International Young Physicists' Tournament (IYPT) is a worldwide, annual competition for secondary school students. This is our solution to problem number 10, The Kaye effect, as presented in theExpand
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Automated tuning of double quantum dots into specific charge states using neural networks
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We introduce an algorithm driven by machine learning that uses a small number of coarse-grained measurements as its input and tunes the quantum dot system into a pre-selected charge state. Expand
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Virtual-photon-mediated spin-qubit–transmon coupling
Spin qubits and superconducting qubits are among the promising candidates for realizing a solid state quantum computer. For the implementation of a hybrid architecture which can profit from theExpand
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Coherent spin-qubit photon coupling
Electron spins hold great promise for quantum computation due to their long coherence times. An approach to realize interactions between distant spin-qubits is to use photons as carriers of quantumExpand
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Coherent microwave-photon-mediated coupling between a semiconductor and a superconducting qubit
Semiconductor qubits rely on the control of charge and spin degrees of freedom of electrons or holes confined in quantum dots. They constitute a promising approach to quantum information processing,Expand
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Floquet Spectroscopy of a Strongly Driven Quantum Dot Charge Qubit with a Microwave Resonator.
We experimentally investigate a strongly driven GaAs double quantum dot charge qubit weakly coupled to a superconducting microwave resonator. The Floquet states emerging from strong driving areExpand
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Coherent long-distance spin-qubit-transmon coupling
Spin qubits and superconducting qubits are among the promising candidates for a solid state quantum computer. For the implementation of a hybrid architecture which can profit from the advantages ofExpand
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Strong photon coupling to the quadrupole moment of an electron in a solid-state qubit
The fundamental concept of light–matter interaction is routinely realized by coupling the quantized electric field in a cavity to the dipole moment of a real or an artificial atom. A recent proposalExpand
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