Équipe de Recherche en Physique de l'Information Quantique


abstract = {We use a tensor network method to compute the low-energy excitations of a large-scale fluxonium qubit up to a desired accuracy. We employ this numerical technique to estimate the pure-dephasing coherence time of the fluxonium qubit due to charge noise and coherent quantum phase slips from first principles, finding an agreement with previously obtained experimental results. By developing an accurate single-mode theory that captures the details of the fluxonium device, we benchmark the results obtained with the tensor network for circuits spanning a Hilbert space as large as 15180. Our algorithm is directly applicable to the wide variety of circuit-QED systems and may be a useful tool for scaling up superconducting quantum technologies.},
author = {A. Di Paolo, Agustin, T. E. Baker, A. Foley, D. S{'e}n{'e}chal and A. Blais},
da = {2021/01/27},
date-added = {2021-01-27 08:28:53 -0500},
date-modified = {2021-01-27 08:28:53 -0500},
doi = {10.1038/s41534-020-00352-4},
id = {Di Paolo2021},
isbn = {2056-6387},
journal = {npj Quantum Information},
number = {1},
pages = {11},
title = {Efficient modeling of superconducting quantum circuits with tensor networks},
ty = {JOUR},
url = {https://doi.org/10.1038/s41534-020-00352-4},
volume = {7},
year = {2021},
local-url = {DMRG_SCCircuits.pdf}}