Two-Photon Driven Kerr Resonator for Quantum Annealing with Three-Dimensional Circuit QED

  title={Two-Photon Driven Kerr Resonator for Quantum Annealing with Three-Dimensional Circuit QED},
  author={Peng Zhao and Zhenchuan Jin and Peng Xu and Xinsheng Tan and Haifeng Yu and Yang Yu},
  journal={Physical Review Applied},
We propose a realizable circuit QED architecture for engineering states of a superconducting resonator off-resonantly coupled to an ancillary superconducting qubit. The qubit-resonator dispersive interaction together with a microwave drive applied to the qubit gives rise to a Kerr resonator with two-photon driving that enables us to efficiently engineer the quantum state of the resonator such as generation of the Schrodinger cat states for resonator-based universal quantum computation. Moreover… 

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