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Probing surface noise with depth-calibrated spins in diamond.
Sensitive nanoscale magnetic resonance imaging of target spins using nitrogen-vacancy (NV) centers in diamond requires a quantitative understanding of dominant noise at the surface. We probe thisExpand
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Coherent coupling of a single spin to microwave cavity photons
Making hybrid quantum information systems Different physical implementations of qubits—quantum bits—each have their pros and cons. An appealing idea is to combine them into hybrid architectures,Expand
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Out-of-equilibrium charge dynamics in a hybrid circuit quantum electrodynamics architecture
(Dated: December 23, 2013)The recent development of hybrid cQED allows one to study how cavity photons interact witha system driven out of equilibrium by fermionic reservoirs. We study here one ofExpand
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Cavity Photons as a Probe for Charge Relaxation Resistance and Photon Emission in a Quantum Dot Coupled to Normal and Superconducting Continua
Microwave cavities have been widely used to investigate the behavior of closed few-level systems. Here, we show that they also represent a powerful probe for the dynamics of charge transfer between aExpand
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Towards hybrid circuit quantum electrodynamics with quantum dots
Abstract Cavity quantum electrodynamics allows one to study the interaction between light and matter at the most elementary level. The methods developed in this field have taught us how to probe andExpand
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Phase signature of topological transition in Josephson Junctions
Topological superconductivity hosts exotic quasi-particle excitations including Majorana bound states which hold promise for fault-tolerant quantum computing. The theory predicts emergence ofExpand
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Cavity QED with hybrid nanocircuits: from atomic-like physics to condensed matter phenomena.
Circuit QED techniques have been instrumental in manipulating and probing with exquisite sensitivity the quantum state of superconducting quantum bits coupled to microwave cavities. Recently, it hasExpand
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Observation of the frozen charge of a Kondo resonance
The ability to control electronic states at the nanoscale has contributed to our modern understanding of condensed matter. In particular, quantum dot circuits represent model systems for the study ofExpand
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Circuit QED with a quantum-dot charge qubit dressed by Cooper pairs
Coupling double-quantum-dot circuits to microwave cavities provides a powerful means to control, couple, and manipulate qubits based on the charge or spin of individual electrons. Here, we revisitExpand
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Direct Cavity Detection of Majorana Pairs.
No experiment could directly test the particle-antiparticle duality of Majorana fermions, so far. However, this property represents a necessary ingredient towards the realization of topologicalExpand
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