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Search Publications by Mustafa Bal

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Dielectric loss extraction for superconducting microwave resonators

Author(s)
Corey Rae H. McRae, Russell Lake, Junling Long, Mustafa Bal, Xian Wu, Battogtokh Jugdersuren, Thomas Metcalf, Xiao Liu, David P. Pappas
The investigation of two-level-state (TLS) loss in dielectric materials and interfaces remains at the forefront of materials research in superconducting quantum

Kinetic Inductance Traveling Wave Amplifiers For Multiplexed Qubit Readout

Author(s)
Leonardo Ranzani, K. C. Fong, G. Ribell, Tomas A. Ohki, David P. Pappas, Mustafa Bal, Xian Wu, Robert P. Erickson, Junling Long, Hsiang S. Ku
We describe a kinetic inductance traveling-wave (KIT) amplifier suitable for superconducting quantum information measurements and characterize its wideband

Enhanced superconducting transition temperature in electroplated rhenium

Author(s)
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

Overlap junctions for high coherence superconducting qubits

Author(s)
Xian Wu, Junling Long, Hsiang S. Ku, Russell Lake, Mustafa Bal, David P. Pappas
Fabrication of sub-micron Josephson junctions is demonstrated using standard processing techniques for high-coherence, superconducting qubits. These junctions

Qubit gates using hyperbolic secant pulses

Author(s)
Hsiang S. Ku, Junling Long, Xian Wu, Mustafa Bal, Russell Lake, Edwin Barnes, Sophia Economou, David P. Pappas
It has been known since the early days of quantum mechanics that hyperbolic secant pulses possess the unique property that they can perform cyclic evolution on