Superconducting resonators are crucial components for e.g. single photon detectors, material studies and optimisation for quantum circuits, and to read-out the quantum states of superconducting qubits.
Characterisation of Resonators fabricated at James Watt Nanofabrication Centre Professor Martin Weides’ Quantum Circuit Group at the University of Glasgow.
Superconducting Qubit Devices
Characterisation of Qubit devices supplied and verified by National Physics Laboratory (NPL) Devices were fabricated at SuperFab, Royal Holloway University of London
Characterization of Qubit devices from SEEQC
Devices were fabricated at SuperFab, Royal Holloway University of London
Superconducting quantum circuits are one of the leading platforms towards implementation of large-scale quantum computers, capable of exponentially fast computation to solve real-world problems.
Superconducting circuits conduct current without resistance when cooled below critical temperatures. A Quantum bit Qubit is a two-level quantum system which can occupy states 0, 1 and superposition of both states. Qubits made of superconducting circuits are stable with a long coherence time. Measurements of coherence times provide the quality of circuits.
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