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Virtual-photon-mediated spin-qubit–transmon coupling

- A. Landig, J. Koski, +10 authors K. Ensslin
- Biology, Physics
- Nature Communications
- 6 November 2019

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 the… Expand

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Coherent microwave-photon-mediated coupling between a semiconductor and a superconducting qubit

- P. Scarlino, D. V. van Woerkom, +10 authors A. Wallraff
- Physics, Medicine
- Nature Communications
- 26 June 2018

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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Auger-spectroscopy in quantum Hall edge channels and the missing energy problem

- T. Krähenmann, S. Fischer, +6 authors Y. Meir
- Physics, Medicine
- Nature Communications
- 26 February 2019

Quantum Hall edge channels offer an efficient and controllable platform to study quantum transport in one dimension. Such channels are a prospective tool for the efficient transfer of quantum… Expand

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The electronic thickness of graphene

- P. Rickhaus, M. Liu, +10 authors T. Ihn
- Physics, Materials Science
- Science Advances
- 1 July 2019

The electronic thickness of graphene is measured by two capacitively coupled, atomically close graphene layers. When two dimensional crystals are atomically close, their finite thickness becomes… Expand

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Density-Wave States in Twisted Double-Bilayer Graphene

- P. Rickhaus, F. D. Vries, +9 authors K. Ensslin
- Physics
- 11 May 2020

When twisted to angles near 1°, graphene multilayers provide a new window on electron correlation physics by hosting gate-tuneable strongly-correlated states, including insulators, superconductors,… Expand

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Data repository: Observation of quantum Hall interferometer phase jumps due to a change in the number of bulk quasiparticles

- Marc P. Röösli, Lars Brem, +10 authors B. Rosenow
- Physics
- 9 March 2020

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Nonequilibrium transport in density-modulated phases of the second Landau level

- S. Baer, C. Rossler, +5 authors W. Wegscheider
- Physics
- 15 December 2014

We investigate non-equilibrium transport in the reentrant integer quantum Hall phases of the second Landau level. At high currents, we observe a transition from the reentrant integer quantum Hall… Expand

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Phonon spectral density in a GaAs/AlGaAs double quantum dot.

- A. Hofmann, Christian Karlewski, +6 authors V. F. Maisi
- Physics
- 23 December 2019

We study phonon emission in a GaAs/AlGaAs double quantum dot by monitoring the tunneling of a single electron between the two dots. We prepare the system such that a known amount of energy is emitted… Expand

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Gate-defined quantum point contact in an InAs two-dimensional electron gas

- Christopher Mittag, Matija Karalic, +7 authors K. Ensslin
- Physics
- 5 June 2019

We experimentally study quantized conductance in an electrostatically defined constriction in a high-mobility InAs two-dimensional electron gas. A parallel magnetic field lifts the spin degeneracy… Expand

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Transport experiments in twisted (double) bilayer graphene

- P. Rickhaus, F. D. Vries, +20 authors K. Ensslin
- Materials Science
- 4 March 2020