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Enhanced superconducting transition temperature in electroplated rhenium

David P. Pappas, Don David, Mustafa Bal, Ilke Arslan, Paul T. Blanchard, Ronald B. Goldfarb, Dustin A. Hite, Hsiang S. Ku, Russell E. Lake, Junling Long, Alexana Roshko, Lee D. Pappas, Britton L. Plourde, Jianguo Wen, Xian Wu, Corey Rae H. McRae
We show that electroplated Re films in multilayers with noble metals such as Cu, Au, and Pd have an enhanced superconducting critical temperature relative to

Surface science for improved ion traps

David P. Pappas, Dustin A. Hite, Andrew C. Wilson, David T. Allcock, David J. Wineland, Dietrich G. Leibfried, Yves Colombe
Trapped ions are sensitive to electric-field noise from trap-electrode surfaces. This noise has been an obstacle to progress in trapped-ion quantum information

Micro-fabricated stylus ion trap

Kyle S. McKay, Christian L. Arrington, Ehren D. Baca, Jonathan J. Coleman, Yves Colombe, Patrick Finnegan, Dustin A. Hite, Andrew E. Hollowell, Robert Jordens, John D. Jost, Dietrich G. Leibfried, Adam M. Rowen, Ulrich J. Warring, David J. Wineland, David P. Pappas, Andrew C. Wilson
An electroformed, three-dimensional stylus Paul trap was designed to confine a single atomic ion for use as a sensor to probe the electric-field noise of

Decoherence in Josephson Qubits from Junction Resonances

Raymond W. Simmonds, Kristine Lang, Dustin A. Hite, David P. Pappas, John M. Martinis
We present experimental data that demonstrates a large reduction in the coherence of a Josephson phase qubit from spurious microwave resonances. These

Reactive epitaxy of beryllium on Si(1 1 1)-(7 x 7)

Dustin A. Hite, Shu-Jung Tang, Phillip T. Sprunger
Scanning tunneling microscopy (STM) and photoelectron spectroscopy (PES) have been used to investigate the nucleation, growth, and structure of beryllium on Si