Process Tomography of Quantum Memory in a Josephson Phase Qubit

@inproceedings{Neeley2008ProcessTO,
  title={Process Tomography of Quantum Memory in a Josephson Phase Qubit},
  author={Matthew Neeley},
  year={2008}
}
  • Matthew Neeley
  • Published 2008
  • Physics
  • Defects in Josephson junctions are considered a nuisance when it comes to using superconducting circuits as building blocks for a quantum-information processor. But if the interaction between the circuit and defects is accurately controlled—as has been demonstrated now—the imperfections might be useful, serving as memory elements. 

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