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The New Superconducting Quantum Devices

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I will briefly review the rise of the new quantum devices that started with the observation of quantum coherent evolution in a Cooper-pair charge qubit by Nakamura and Tsai in 1999 and its subsequent development into a range of different types of superconducting qubits (charge, flux, phase…) and readout technologies. I will discuss our work at Royal Holloway in which the quantum dynamics of superconducting nano-fabricated devices are driven by the non-linear nature of the Josephson inductance. The potential for the use of such devices lies not only in the field of quantum computing but as a new generation of quantum limited electromagnetic sensors of varying types.

This talk is part of the Quantum Matter Seminar series.

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