Aquila Mavalankar

Aquila Mavalankar
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Fault-tolerant spin-based quantum computers will require fast and accurate qubit read out. This can be achieved using radiofrequency reflectometry given sufficient sensitivity to the change in quantum capacitance associated with the qubit states. Here, we demonstrate a 23-fold improvement in capacitance sensitivity by supplementing a cryogenic semi...
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Fault-tolerant spin-based quantum computers will require fast and accurate qubit readout. This can be achieved using radio-frequency reflectometry given sufficient sensitivity to the change in quantum capacitance associated with the qubit states. Here, we demonstrate a 23-fold improvement in capacitance sensitivity by supplementing a cryogenic semi...
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The decay of spin-valley states is studied in a suspended carbon nanotube double quantum dot via leakage current in Pauli blockade and via dephasing and decoherence of a qubit. From the magnetic field dependence of the leakage current, hyperfine and spin-orbit contributions to relaxation from blocked to unblocked states are identified and explained...
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In an optomechanical setup, the coupling between cavity and resonator can be increased by tuning them to the same frequency. We study this interaction between a carbon nanotube resonator and a radio-frequency circuit. In this resonant regime, the vacuum optomechanical coupling is enhanced by the DC voltage coupling the cavity and the mechanical res...
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Electrical readout of spin qubits requires fast and sensitive measurements, but these are hindered by poor impedance matching to the device. We demonstrate perfect impedance matching in a radio-frequency readout circuit, realized by incorporating voltage-tunable varactors to cancel out parasitic capacitances. In the optimized setup, a capacitance s...
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We report microwave-driven photon-assisted tunneling in a suspended carbon nanotube double quantum dot. From the resonant linewidth at a temperature of 13 mK, the charge dephasing time is determined to be 280 +- 30 ps. The linewidth is independent of driving frequency, but increases with increasing temperature. The moderate temperature dependence i...
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We present a thermometry scheme to extract the temperature of a 2DEG by monitoring the charge occupation of a weakly tunnel-coupled 'thermometer' quantum dot using a quantum point contact detector. Electronic temperatures between 97 mK and 307 mK are measured by this method with an accuracy of up to 3 mK, and agree with those obtained by measuring...
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The 2D electron gas in GaAs/AlGaAs heterostructures has diverse applications at cryogenic temperatures, but is heated by unintended noise in the measurement set up. Our work involves the fabrication of a quantum dot refrigerator (QDR) which can cool the gas to below the ambient lattice temperature [1]. Lithographically defined gates define three qu...
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Recent results from the MINOS experiment at Fermilab reconfirm neutrino oscillations. We describe briefly this experiment and discuss how this and other experiments enable us to determine fundamental parameters of elementary particle physics in the neutrino sector.

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