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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

NVLAP Carpet and Carpet Cushion

Author(s)
Timothy W. Rasinski
NIST Handbook 150-6 specifies the technical requirements and provides guidance for the accreditation of laboratories under the NVLAP Carpet and Carpet Cushion

Room-temperature skyrmions in strain-engineered FeGe thin films

Author(s)
Sujan Budhathoki, Arjun Sapkota, Ka M. Law, Smriti Ranjit, Bhuwan Nepal, Brian D. Hoskins, Arashdeep S. Thind, Albina Y. Borisevich, Michelle E. Jamer, Travis J. Anderson, Andrew D. Koehler, Karl D. Hobart, Gregory M. Stephen, Don Heiman, Tim Mewes, Rohan Mishra, James C. Gallagher, Adam J. Hauser
Skyrmion electronics hold great promise for low energy consumption and stable high information density, and stabilization of Skyrmion lattice (SkX) phase at or

Blind Measurement of Receiver System Noise

Author(s)
Daniel G. Kuester, Adam J. Wunderlich, Duncan A. McGillivray, Dazhen Gu, Audrey Puls
Tightly packaged receive systems pose a challenge for noise measurements. The only available receiver outputs are often user data: link benchmark or diagnostic

Recommendation for Cryptographic Key Generation

Author(s)
Elaine B. Barker, Allen L. Roginsky, Richard Davis
Cryptography is often used in an information technology security environment to protect data that is sensitive, has a high value, or is vulnerable to

Revealing thermodynamics of DNA origami folding via affine transformations

Author(s)
Jacob M. Majikes, Paul N. Patrone, Daniel R. Schiffels, Michael P. Zwolak, Anthony J. Kearsley, Samuel P. Forry, James A. Liddle
Structural DNA nanotechnology, as exemplified by DNA origami, has enabled the design and construction of molecularly precise objects for a myriad of
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