We are a team of physicists and engineers devoted to the science and technology of superconducting circuits for quantum computation. We ambition to realize the first scalable prototype of quantum computer, from superconducting quantum hardware, through control electronics, to the full software stack. Our key target with this prototype will be to realize quantum fault tolerance. We invite you to our research section for an overview of our group’s most recent activity on the path to this goal!
March 6, 2019: New paper posted on arXiv presenting our realization of a fast, repeatable, high-fidelity, and low-leakage conditional-phase gate based on our bipolar flux-pulsing method we call Net-Zero. Please check out our manuscript here!
March 1, 2019: New paper posted on arXiv presenting our implementation of the symmetry verification technique for error mitigation in a variational quantum eigensolver. Please check out our manuscript here!
We meet every Wednesday at 9 am in B269 to discuss the latest developments in superconducting quantum circuits. We invite you to take a look at our list of recent papers, and to join our discussion.