Seamless High-Q Microwave Cavities for Multimode Circuit Quantum Electrodynamics.

@article{Chakram2021SeamlessHM,
  title={Seamless High-Q Microwave Cavities for Multimode Circuit Quantum Electrodynamics.},
  author={Srivatsan Chakram and Andrew Oriani and Ravi K. Naik and Akash V. Dixit and Kevin He and Ankur Agrawal and Hyeokshin Kwon and David I. Schuster},
  journal={Physical review letters},
  year={2021},
  volume={127 10},
  pages={
          107701
        }
}
Multimode cavity quantum electrodynamics-where a two-level system interacts simultaneously with many cavity modes-provides a versatile framework for quantum information processing and quantum optics. Because of the combination of long coherence times and large interaction strengths, one of the leading experimental platforms for cavity QED involves coupling a superconducting circuit to a 3D microwave cavity. In this work, we realize a 3D multimode circuit QED system with single photon lifetimes… 

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