Quantum Engineering of Superconducting Qubits

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Talk by Dr. William Oliver, Director of the Center for Quantum Engineering and Associate Director of the Research Laboratory of Electronics at MIT, presented to the IEEE-Boise Computer Society and IEEE-Boise Solid State Circuit Society chapters on May 19, 2021.

Superconducting qubits are coherent artificial atoms assembled from electrical circuit elements and microwave optical components. Their lithographic scalability, compatibility with microwave control, and operability at nanosecond time scales all converge to make the superconducting qubit a highly attractive candidate for the constituent logical elements of a quantum information processor.

Over the past decade, spectacular improvements in the manufacturing and control of these devices have moved the superconducting qubit modality from the realm of scientific curiosity to the threshold of technical reality.

In this talk, we present the progress, challenges, and opportunities ahead in the engineering larger scale processors.

Talk by Dr. William Oliver, Director of the Center for Quantum Engineering and Associate Director of the Research Laboratory of Electronics at MIT, presented to the IEEE-Boise Computer Society and IEEE-Boise Solid State Circuit Society chapters on May 19, 2021.

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