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Tunnel junction thermometry down to millikelvin temperatures
We present a simple on-chip electronic thermometer with the potential to operate down to 1 mK. It is based on transport through a single normal-metal - superconductor tunnel junction with rapidlyExpand
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Gatemon Benchmarking and Two-Qubit Operations.
Recent experiments have demonstrated superconducting transmon qubits with semiconductor nanowire Josephson junctions. These hybrid gatemon qubits utilize field effect tunability characteristic ofExpand
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Gatemon Benchmarking and Two-Qubit Operation
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Field effect enhancement in buffered quantum nanowire networks
Semiconductor nanowires have shown great potential in various quantum transport experiments. However, realizing a scalable high-quality nanowire-based platform that could lead to quantum informationExpand
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Selective-Area-Grown Semiconductor-Superconductor Hybrids: A Basis for Topological Networks.
We introduce selective area grown hybrid InAs/Al nanowires based on molecular beam epitaxy, allowing arbitrary semiconductor-superconductor networks containing loops and branches. Transport reveals aExpand
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Nonlocal Conductance Spectroscopy of Andreev Bound States: Symmetry Relations and BCS Charges.
Two-terminal conductance spectroscopy of superconducting devices is a common tool for probing Andreev and Majorana bound states. Here, we study theoretically a three-terminal setup, with two normalExpand
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Conductance-Matrix Symmetries of a Three-Terminal Hybrid Device.
We present conductance-matrix measurements of a three-terminal superconductor-semiconductor hybrid device consisting of two normal leads and one superconducting lead. Using a symmetry decompositionExpand
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End-to-end correlated subgap states in hybrid nanowires
End-to-end correlated bound states are investigated in superconductor-semiconductor hybrid nanowires at zero magnetic field. Peaks in subgap conductance are independently identified from each wireExpand
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Suppressed Charge Dispersion via Resonant Tunneling in a Single-Channel Transmon.
We demonstrate strong suppression of charge dispersion in a semiconductor-based transmon qubit across Josephson resonances associated with a quantum dot in the junction. On resonance, dispersion isExpand
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