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Harvey-Collard, P. (author), Dijkema, J. (author), Zheng, G. (author), Sammak, A. (author), Scappucci, G. (author), Vandersypen, L.M.K. (author)
We report the coherent coupling of two electron spins at a distance via virtual microwave photons. Each spin is trapped in a silicon double quantum dot at either end of a superconducting resonator, achieving spin-photon couplings up to around gs/2π = 40 MHz. As the two spins are brought into resonance with each other, but detuned from the...
article 2022
Pita-Vidal, M. (author), Bargerbos, A. (author), Yang, C.-K. (author), van Woerkom, D.J. (author), Pfaff, W. (author), Haider, S.N. (author), Krogstrup, P. (author), Kouwenhoven, L.P. (author), de Lange, G. (author), Kou, A. (author)
article 2020
Kroll, J.G. (author), Borsoi, F. (author), van der Enden, K.L. (author), Uilhoorn, W. (author), de Jong, D. (author), Quintero-Perez, M. (author), van Woerkom, D.J. (author), Bruno, A. (author), Plissard, S.R. (author), Car, D. (author), Bakkers, E.P.A.M. (author), Cassidy, M.C. (author), Kouwenhoven, L.P. (author)
Superconducting coplanar-waveguide resonators that can operate in strong magnetic fields are important tools for a variety of high-frequency superconducting devices. Magnetic fields degrade resonator performance by creating Abrikosov vortices that cause resistive losses and frequency fluctuations or suppress the superconductivity entirely. To...
article 2019