Superconducting circuits

Superconducting circuits are one of the most promising platforms for scalable quantum technology. In the last couple of decades, it has undergone significant development and is currently being explored by several large tech companies as the future of quantum computing. The analysis of superconducting circuits usually revolves around making efficient two-level quantum systems, also known as qubits, from circuits consisting of capacitors, linear inductors, and a nonlinear inductor also known as a Josephson junction.1 Microwave platform Presto is ideal for performing measurement and control of superconducting qubits.

Standard qubit characterization
Challenge: Characterize a transmon qubit and learn Presto API.

Solution: Follow our qubit calibration tutorial.