We seek to understand how superconductive devices are affected by interactions with certain substances and to create atomic-level models of interfering interactions for use in simulations. This research is a first step toward computer-aided design of complex superconducting circuit-based devices and supports national efforts in cyber security and physical resilience.
Lordi, V. 2018. "Electronic Structure and Surface Properties of MgB2(0001) upon Oxygen Adsorption." Phys. Rev. B. 97 (19). doi: 10.1103/PhysRevB.97.195416. LLNL-JRNL-736842.
Materise, N., et al. 2018. "Quantum Langevin Equations for the Brune Multiport Hamiltonian." APS Meeting, Los Angeles, CA, 5–9, March 2018. LLNL-ABS-741224.
Ray, K. G., et al. 2017. "Paramagnetic Spins on a-Al2O3 with Varied Surface Termination." Materials Research Society Meeting, Boston, MA, Nov. 26–Dec.1, 2017. LLNL-ABS-740884.
Ray, K. G., et al. 2018. "Emergent Dynamics of Noise and Loss-Generating Paramagnetic Spins in Superconducting Circuits." APS Meeting, Los Angeles, CA, 5–9, March 2018. LLNL-ABS-741224.
Ray, K. G., et al. 2018. "Superconducting Qubit Decoherence Due to Paramagnetic Surface Adsorbate Spin Dynamics." Materials Research Society Meeting, Phoenix, AZ, 2–6, April 2018. LLNL-ABS-744904.
Ray, K. G., et al. 2018. "Theoretical Studies on the Materials Origins of Decoherence in Quantum Information Systems." Molecular Foundry Annual User Conference, Berkeley, CA, 15–16, August 2018. LLNL-ABS-755704.
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