Superconducting qubits are one of the most promising technologies to realize a large-scale fault-tolerant quantum computer. During the past decade, the superconducting qubit architecture has made a remarkable progress on improving qubit performance, demonstrating a few small quantum codes. I will first briefly review the leading technologies for quantum information processing and overview the superconducting quantum circuits with highlights of the recent progress.
Research Sta_ Member Mar 2014 – Present, IBM T. J. Watson Research Center
_ Developing a new multi-qubit architecture for IBM LOGIQ program
_ Technical leader for MQCO (Multi-Qubit Coherent Operations
funded by IARPA) 3D project
Scientist II Sep 2012 – Mar 2014, Raytheon BBN Technologies
_ Technical leader for MQCO 3D project at BBN in collaboration with IBM
_ Principal investigator for SQOT project.
_ Established superconducting qubit fabrication at BBN
Postdoctoral Associate Jul 2009 – Aug 2012, Prof. Robert Schoelkopf, Yale University
Postdoctoral Associate Sep 2007 – Jun 2009, Dr. Kevin Osborn, Lab for Physical Sciences (LPS), MD
Ph.D. and M.S. Physics, University of Maryland, College Park, MD Aug. 2007
(Thesis: Coherence in dc SQUID phase qubits)