5968 Quantum Computing with Superconducting Circuits

Saturday, February 18, 2012: 8:30 AM
Room 118 (VCC West Building)
John Martinis , University of California, Santa Barbara, CA
Though superconducting electrical circuits are complex systems with many of degrees of freedom, recent experiments have demonstrated that they can provide remarkably robust ways to encode quantum information. Furthermore, these systems are electronically controllable, have strong tunable interactions, and couple readily to traveling microwave photons. Martinis will review the status of quantum computing with superconducting devices, and discuss potential architecture for larger systems.
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