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March 25th, 2009
Making quantum computing scalable
Quantum information processing is one of the hottest areas of science and technology right now. Making quantum information processing scalable is an important part of the efforts involved with regard to practical quantum computing. "By tuning the gap of a superconducting qubit, we can allow different types of coupling for use in quantum information processing," Hans Mooij tells PhysOrg.com.
Mooij is part of a group at the Kavli Institute of Nanoscience at Delft University of Technology in The Netherlands.
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