Posts tagged with: Josephson Junction

Is the Optical Fiber Your IT Department Uses the Key to Super-Superconducting Quantum Computers?

Optical Fiber Could Boost Power of Superconducting Quantum Computers NIST physicists measured and controlled a superconducting quantum bit (qubit) using light-conducting fiber (indicated by white arrow) instead of metal electrical...

Measuring Defects in Qubits Gets That Much Easier With Russian-German Collaboration

NUST MISIS Scientists Take Step Towards Quantum Supremacy A Russian-German research team has created a quantum sensor that grants access to measurement and manipulation of individual two-level defects in qubits....

The Cryotron: Superconducting Nano-Wire May be Enroute to Your Quantum Computer

Nanowire could provide a stable superconducting transistor +  Most metals lose resistance and become superconducting at extremely low temperatures, usually just a few degrees above absolute zero. They’re used to...

University of Wollongong: Amorphous Alumina, Josephson Junctions, and Bosons

University of Wollongong: Amorphous Alumina, Josephson Junctions, and Bosons Through the nanoscale looking glass: FLEET researchers determine boson peak frequency in ultra-thin alumina In brief… +  Yet surprisingly, many of...

Quantum Computing Driving Need for Measurement Devices

Quantum Computing Driving Need for Measurement Devices Probe Expertise For Cryogenic Devices Key Points… +  The promise of quantum computing to solve complex problems far beyond today’s supercomputer capabilities, plus...

Josephson Junction Device Splitting Cooper Pairs in Superconductor Into Two “Normal” Conductors

Josephson Junction Device Splitting Cooper Pairs in Superconductor into Two “Normal” Conductors Device splits and recombines superconducting electron pairs Excerpts and salient points ~ +  Sadashige Matsuo of the RIKEN...
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