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Michael Vissers

Publications

Materials loss measurements using superconducting microwave resonators

Author(s)
Corey Rae H. McRae, Haozhi Wang, Jiansong Gao, Michael R. Vissers, Teresa Brecht, A Dunsworth, David P. Pappas, J. Mutus
The performance of superconducting circuits for quantum computing is limited by materials losses. In particular, coherence times are typically bounded by two

Demonstration of 220/280 GHz Multichroic Feedhorn-Coupled TES Polarimeter

Author(s)
Samantha L. Walker, Carlos E. Sierra, Jason E. Austermann, James A. Beall, Daniel T. Becker, Bradley J. Dober, Shannon M. Duff, Gene C. Hilton, Johannes Hubmayr, Jeffrey L. Van Lanen, Jeff McMahon, Sara M. Simon, Joel N. Ullom, Michael R. Vissers
We describe the design and measurement of feedhorn-coupled, transition-edge sensor (TES) polarimeters with two passbands centered at 220 GHz and 280 GHz

Tile-and-trim micro-resonator array fabrication optimized for high multiplexing factors

Author(s)
Christopher M. McKenney, Jason E. Austermann, James A. Beall, Bradley J. Dober, Shannon M. Duff, Jiansong Gao, Gene C. Hilton, Johannes Hubmayr, Dale Li, Joel N. Ullom, Jeffrey L. Van Lanen, Michael R. Vissers
We present a superconducting micro-resonator array fabrication method that is scalable and reconfigurable and has been optimized for high multiplexing factors

Low-Temperature Detectors for CMB Imaging Arrays

Author(s)
Johannes Hubmayr, Jason E. Austermann, James A. Beall, Daniel T. Becker, Bradley J. Dober, Shannon M. Duff, Jiansong Gao, Gene C. Hilton, Christopher M. McKenney, Joel N. Ullom, Jeffrey L. Van Lanen, Michael R. Vissers
We review advances in low-temperature detector (LTD) arrays for cosmic microwave background (CMB) polarization experiments, with a particular emphasis on

Millimeter-Wave Polarimeters Using Kinetic Inductance Detectors for TolTEC and Beyond

Author(s)
Jason E. Austermann, James A. Beall, Sean A. Bryan, Bradley J. Dober, Jiansong Gao, Gene C. Hilton, Johannes Hubmayr, Phillip Mauskopf, Christopher M. McKenney, S M. Simon, Joel N. Ullom, Michael R. Vissers, G W. Wilson
Microwave kinetic inductance detectors (MKIDs) provide a compelling path forward to the large-format polarimeter, imaging, and spectrometer arrays needed for
Created August 27, 2019