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Tunable directional photon scattering from a pair of superconducting qubits

  title={Tunable directional photon scattering from a pair of superconducting qubits},
  author={Elena Redchenko and Alexander V. Poshakinskiy and Riya Sett and Martin Žemli{\vc}ka and Alexander N. Poddubny and Johannes M. Fink},
The ability to control the direction of scattered light is crucial to provide the flexibility and scal-ability for a wide range of on-chip applications, such as integrated photonics, quantum information processing and nonlinear optics. In the optical and microwave frequency ranges tunable directionality can be achieved by applying external magnetic fields that modify optical selection rules [1, 2], by using nonlinear effects [3], or interactions with vibrations [4–6]. However, these approaches are… 
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