Quantum Inf Process (2009) 8:51–54 DOI 10.1007/s11128-009-0104-2 Special issue on quantum computing with superconducting qubits Alexander N. Korotkov Published online: 20 February 2009 © The Author(s) 2009. This article is published with open access at Springerlink.com Ten years ago the ﬁrst superconducting qubit was demonstrated experimentally . By now quantum computing with superconducting qubits has become a subject of intensive experimental and theoretical research in dozens of groups around the world. The idea of this Special Issue of the journal is to show the status of experimental research in this area after the ﬁrst decade of work. Most of the best experimental groups working with superconducting qubits (with a few regrettable exceptions) are represented in this Special Issue. We hope that it gives a useful snapshot in time, dem- onstrating the main experimental achievements and directions of research in super- conducting quantum computing. There are many possible physical realizations of qubits [2,3]. Among the candi- date systems, the obvious advantages of quantum computing with Josephson junctions are the efﬁcient control of a quantum circuit with voltage/current/microwave pulses and use of a well-developed technology suitable for large scale integration. The fast experimental progress in experiments with superconducting qubits in the
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