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Daniel Weiss
Daniel Weiss
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Universal fast-flux control of a coherent, low-frequency qubit
H Zhang, S Chakram, T Roy, N Earnest, Y Lu, Z Huang, DK Weiss, J Koch, ...
Physical Review X 11 (1), 011010, 2021
1212021
Spectrum and coherence properties of the current-mirror qubit
DK Weiss, ACY Li, DG Ferguson, J Koch
Physical Review B 100 (22), 224507, 2019
272019
Fast high-fidelity gates for galvanically-coupled fluxonium qubits using strong flux modulation
DK Weiss, H Zhang, C Ding, Y Ma, DI Schuster, J Koch
PRX Quantum 3 (4), 040336, 2022
172022
Experimental verification of the treatment of time-dependent flux in circuit quantization
J Bryon, DK Weiss, X You, S Sussman, X Croot, Z Huang, J Koch, ...
arXiv preprint arXiv:2208.03738, 2022
72022
Lifetimes of metastable ion clouds in a Paul trap: Power-law scaling
DK Weiss, YS Nam, R Blümel
Physical Review A 93 (4), 043424, 2016
72016
Variational tight-binding method for simulating large superconducting circuits
DK Weiss, W Degottardi, J Koch, DG Ferguson
Physical Review Research 3 (3), 033244, 2021
62021
Explicit, analytical radio-frequency heating formulas for spherically symmetric nonneutral plasmas in a Paul trap
YS Nam, DK Weiss, R Blümel
Physics Letters A 381 (40), 3477-3481, 2017
62017
Tunable Inductive Coupler for High-Fidelity Gates Between Fluxonium Qubits
H Zhang, C Ding, DK Weiss, Z Huang, Y Ma, C Guinn, S Sussman, ...
PRX Quantum 5 (2), 020326, 2024
52024
QRAM architectures using superconducting cavities
DK Weiss, S Puri, SM Girvin
arXiv preprint arXiv:2310.08288, 2023
2023
Control and Coherence of Next-Generation Superconducting Qubits
DK Weiss
Northwestern University, 2022
2022
Phase Transitions of Charged Particles in the Paul Trap
DK Weiss
2017
Critical exponents for the cloud-crystal phase transition of charged particles in a Paul Trap
DK Weiss, YS Nam, R Blümel
arXiv preprint arXiv:1512.02534, 2015
2015
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