Quantum Computing with Superconducting Circuits
David Schuster, The University of Chicago
The past decade has seen tremendous progress in quantum computing based on superconducting circuits. I will review some of these achievements including the 10,000x increase in coherence, progress towards scaling to larger numbers of qubits, and hybrid architectures.
I will also discuss our own work on multi-mode superconducting circuits both as a resource for quantum computing and also for realizing condensed matter physics with microwave photons.