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Publications

2018

Particle production in a waveguide ultra-strongly coupled to a qubit

N. Gheeraert, X. H. H. Zhang, S. Bera, N. Roch, H. U. Baranger and S. Florens,

Arxiv 1802.01665 (2018), Arxiv

Probing a transmon qubit via the ultra-strong coupling to a Josephson waveguide

J. Puertas Martinez, S. Leger, N. Gheereart, R. Dassonneville, L. Planat, F. Foroughi, Y. Krupko, O. Buisson, C. Naud, W. Guichard, S. Florens, I. Snyman, N. Roch,

Arxiv 1802.00633 (2018) Arxiv

2016

Quantum trajectories and their statistics for remotely entangled quantum bits

A. Chantasri, M. E. Kimchi-Schwartz, N. Roch, I. Siddiqi, A. N. Jordan,

Physical Review X 6, 041052 (2016) Arxiv | Phys. Rev. X

Quantum trajectories of superconducting qubits

S. J. Weber, K. W. Murch, M. E. Schwartz, N. Roch and I. Siddiqi,

Comptes Rendus Physique 17 (7), 766-777 (2016), Arxiv| C.R. Phys.

Unexpectedly allowed transition in two inductively coupled transmons

E. Dumur, B. Küng, A. K. Feofanov, T. Weissl, N. Roch, C. Naud, W. Guichard, and O. Buisson,

IEEE Transactions on Applied Superconductivity 26 (3), 1-4 (2016), Arxiv| IEEE Trans. App. Sup.

2015

Superconducting Quantum Node for Entanglement and Storage of Microwave Radiation

E. Flurin, N. Roch, J. D. Pillet, F. Mallet, and B. Huard,

Physical Review Letters 114, 090503 (2015), Arxiv | Phys. Rev. Lett.

A V-shape superconducting artificial atom based on two inductively coupled transmons

E. Dumur, B. Küng, A. K. Feofanov, T. Weissl, N. Roch, C. Naud, W. Guichard, and O. Buisson,

Physical Review B 92, 020515(R) (2015), Arxiv | Phys. Rev. B

2014

Observation of Measurement-Induced Entanglement and Quantum Trajectories of Remote Superconducting Qubits

N. Roch, M. E. Schwartz, F. Motzoi, C. Macklin, R. Vijay, A. W. Eddins, A. N. Korotkov, K. B. Whaley, M. Sarovar, and I. Siddiqi,

Physical Review Letters 112, 170501 (2014), Arxiv | Phys. Rev. Lett.

See also the Viewpoint in Physics: Remote Controlled Entanglement

Stabilizing Spin Coherence Through Environmental Entanglement in Strongly Dissipative Quantum Systems

S. Bera, S. Florens, H. U. Baranger, N. Roch, A. Nazir, and A. W. Chin,

Physical Review B 89, 121108(R) (2014), Arxiv | Phys. Rev. B

2013

Stabilizing a superconducting qubit trajectory with projective quantum feedback

P. Campagne-Ibarcq, E. Flurin, N. Roch, D. Darson, P. Morfin, M. Mirrahimi, M. H. Devoret, and B. Huard,

Physical Review X 3, 021008 (2013), Arxiv | Phys. Rev. X

2012

Generating Entangled Microwave Radiation Over Two Transmission Lines

E. Flurin, N. Roch, F. Mallet, M. Devoret, and B. Huard,

Physical Review Letters 109, 183901, (2012), Arxiv | Phys. Rev. Lett.

See also the Viewpoint in Physics: Entangled Microwaves Split Up

Widely tunable, nondegenerate three-wave mixing microwave device operating near the quantum limit

N. Roch, E. Flurin, F. Nguyen, P. Morfin, P. Campagne-Ibarcq, M. Devoret, and B. Huard

Physical Review Letters 108, 147701, (2012), Arxiv | Phys. Rev. Lett.

2011

Coupling a quantum dot, fermionic leads, and a microwave cavity on a chip

M. Delbecq, V. Schmitt, F. Parmentier, N. Roch, J. Viennot, G. Feve, B. Huard, C. Mora, A. Cottet, and T. Kontos

Physical Review Letters 107, 256804, (2011), Arxiv | Phys. Rev. Lett.

Universal transport signatures in two-electron molecular quantum dots: gate-tunable hund's rule, underscreened kondo effect and quantum phase transitions

S. Florens, A. Freyn, N. Roch, W. Wernsdorfer, F. Balestro, P. Roura-Bas, and A. A. Aligia

Journal of Physics-Condensed Matter 23 (24), 243202, (2011), Arxiv | Journal of Physics-Condensed Matter

Cotunneling through a magnetic single-molecule transistor based on N@C60

N. Roch, R. Vincent, F. Elste, W. Harneit, W. Wernsdorfer, C. Timm, and F. Balestro

Physical Review B 83, 081407(R), (2011), Arxiv | Phys. Rev. B

2009

Superconductivity in a single-C60 transistor

C. B. Winkelmann, N. Roch, W. Wernsdorfer, V. Bouchiat, and F. Balestro

Nature Physics 5 (12), 876-879, (2009), Arxiv | Nat. Phys.

Observation of the underscreened Kondo effect in a molecular transistor

N. Roch, S. Florens, T. A. Costi, W. Wernsdorfer, and F. Balestro

Physical Review Letters 103, 197202, (2009), Arxiv | Journal of Physics-Condensed Matter

2008

Quantum phase transition in a single-molecule quantum dot

N. Roch, S. Florens, V. Bouchiat, W. Wernsdorfer, and F. Balestro

Nature 453 (7195), 633-U3, (2008), Arxiv | Nature

2005

Patterning frictional differentiation to a polymer surface by atomic force microscopy

G. S. Watson, C. L. Brown, S. Myhra, N. Roch, S. Hu and J. A. Watson

Proc. SPIE 6037 Device and Process Technologies for Microelectronics, MEMS, and Photonics IV, 60371B, (2005), SPIE

News

February 2018

Check the Publications section. Two new preprints are available.

September 2017

Welcome to Sebastien Leger! He will aim at observing many-body physics effects in superconducting circuits during his PhD.

October 2016

Luca Planat starts his PhD on Josephson Parametric Amplifiers (JPA), welcome Luca!

September 2016

Nicolas Gheeraert is awarded a Raman-Charpak Fellowship to join QuMac, the lab of Vijay, for an internship. Congratulations Nicolas!

September 2016

Pictures of the new lab are available, check the Photo Gallery section.

September 2016

Our review paper on quantum trajectories has just been published.

April 2016

Our paper on "Unexpectedly allowed transitions" in transmon qubits is now out. Have a look at the Publications section.

September 2015

Welcome to Remy Dassonneville who is starting his PhD!

June 2015

Wanna know what is a quantum trajectory? Have a look at our new paper on the Arxiv.

April 2015

We are happy to welcome our new Phd student: Javier Puertas Martinez.

March 2015

Check our new paper about a Superconducting Quantum Node for Entanglement and Storage of Microwave Radiation!

January 2015

Our recent work on A V-shape superconducting artificial atom based on two inductively coupled transmons is now on the Arxiv.

March 2014

Our paper on measurement induced entanglement between remote superconducting quantum bits has been accepted for publication in Physical Review Letters and featured as a Viewpoint in Physics!

October 2013

After my post-doc in the quantum nanoelectronics lab at UC Berkeley, I am joining the Neel Institue!