Posts in Category SHFSG

Efficient generation of dynamic pulses

on 08.09.2021 at 07:13 by andrea on Blog of Andrea Corna
Echo sequence
Solid state qubits are typically characterized and operated by a series of very short pulses. To achieve a high-fidelity control, it is necessary to generate many sequences of them, with very accurate timing. In this blog post, I will show […]

Bell State Stabilization of Superconducting Qubits with Real-time Feedback

on 18.08.2021 at 09:40 by Bahadir Dönmez on Blog of Bahadir
Bell state stabilization with real-time feedback is a key milestone for the implementation of surface code [1], which is one of the most promising quantum error correction codes for building large-scale quantum computers [2]. Fundamental requirements for realizing this code […]

Randomized benchmarking in seconds

on 20.05.2021 at 11:37 by clemens on Blog of Clemens Müller
Randomized benchmarking (RB) is a widely used tool in quantum information science to determine qubit fidelity and to characterize individual qubit gates. It is also an excellent example of a quantum experiment with advanced requirements on the control hardware and […]