Realization of Superadiabatic Two-Qubit Gates Using Parametric Modulation in Superconducting Circuits

  title={Realization of Superadiabatic Two-Qubit Gates Using Parametric Modulation in Superconducting Circuits},
  author={Ji Chu and Danyu Li and Xiaopei Yang and Shuqing Song and Zhikun Han and Zhen Yang and Yuqian Dong and Wen Zheng and Zhimin Wang and Xiangmin Yu and Dong Lan and Xinsheng Tan and Yang Yu},
  journal={Physical review applied},
Fast robust two-qubit gate operation with low susceptibility to crosstalk are the key to scalable quantum information processing. Parametrically driven gate is inherently insensitive to crosstalk while superadiabatic control can speed up the gate without losing accuracy. We propose and experimentally implement superadiabatic two-qubit gates using parametric modulation on superconducting quantum circuits. Our results demonstrate the preservation of adiabaticity at a gate speed close to the… 

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