Stefano Poletto
Stefano Poletto
Director of Quantum Engineering at Rigetti Computing
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Superconducting qubit in a waveguide cavity with a coherence time approaching 0.1 ms
C Rigetti, JM Gambetta, S Poletto, BLT Plourde, JM Chow, AD Córcoles, ...
Physical Review B 86 (10), 100506, 2012
Universal Quantum Gate Set Approaching Fault-Tolerant Thresholds with Superconducting Qubits
JM Chow, JM Gambetta, AD Córcoles, ST Merkel, JA Smolin, C Rigetti, ...
Physical Review Letters 109 (6), 060501, 2012
Detecting bit-flip errors in a logical qubit using stabilizer measurements
D Riste, S Poletto, MZ Huang, A Bruno, V Vesterinen, OP Saira, L DiCarlo
Nature communications 6 (1), 6983, 2015
Self-consistent quantum process tomography
ST Merkel, JM Gambetta, JA Smolin, S Poletto, AD Córcoles, BR Johnson, ...
Physical Review A 87 (6), 062119, 2013
Implementation of superconductor/ferromagnet/superconductor π-shifters in superconducting digital and quantum circuits
AK Feofanov, VA Oboznov, VV Bol’Ginov, J Lisenfeld, S Poletto, ...
Nature Physics 6 (8), 593-597, 2010
Characterization of addressability by simultaneous randomized benchmarking
JM Gambetta, AD Córcoles, ST Merkel, BR Johnson, JA Smolin, JM Chow, ...
Physical review letters 109 (24), 240504, 2012
Scalable quantum circuit and control for a superconducting surface code
R Versluis, S Poletto, N Khammassi, B Tarasinski, N Haider, DJ Michalak, ...
Physical Review Applied 8 (3), 034021, 2017
Interacting two-level defects as sources of fluctuating high-frequency noise in superconducting circuits
C Müller, J Lisenfeld, A Shnirman, S Poletto
Physical Review B 92 (3), 035442, 2015
Entanglement of two superconducting qubits in a waveguide cavity via monochromatic two-photon excitation
S Poletto, JM Gambetta, ST Merkel, JA Smolin, JM Chow, AD Córcoles, ...
Physical review letters 109 (24), 240505, 2012
Frequency division multiplexing readout and simultaneous manipulation of an array of flux qubits
M Jerger, S Poletto, P Macha, U Hübner, E Il’ichev, AV Ustinov
Applied Physics Letters 101 (4), 2012
Bulk and surface loss in superconducting transmon qubits
O Dial, DT McClure, S Poletto, GA Keefe, MB Rothwell, JM Gambetta, ...
Superconductor Science and Technology 29 (4), 044001, 2016
Manufacturing low dissipation superconducting quantum processors
A Nersisyan, S Poletto, N Alidoust, R Manenti, R Renzas, CV Bui, K Vu, ...
2019 IEEE international electron devices meeting (IEDM), 31.1. 1-31.1. 4, 2019
General method for extracting the quantum efficiency of dispersive qubit readout in circuit QED
CC Bultink, B Tarasinski, N Haandbæk, S Poletto, N Haider, DJ Michalak, ...
Applied Physics Letters 112 (9), 2018
Superconducting quantum circuit having a resonant cavity thermalized with metal components
S Poletto, CT Rigetti, M Steffen
US Patent 8,841,764, 2014
Floating tunable coupler for scalable quantum computing architectures
EA Sete, AQ Chen, R Manenti, S Kulshreshtha, S Poletto
Physical review applied 15 (6), 064063, 2021
Coherent oscillations in a superconducting tunable flux qubit manipulated without microwaves
S Poletto, F Chiarello, MG Castellano, J Lisenfeld, A Lukashenko, ...
New Journal of Physics 11 (1), 013009, 2009
Independent, extensible control of same-frequency superconducting qubits by selective broadcasting
S Asaad, C Dickel, NK Langford, S Poletto, A Bruno, MA Rol, D Deurloo, ...
npj Quantum Information 2 (1), 1-7, 2016
Readout of a qubit array via a single transmission line
M Jerger, S Poletto, P Macha, U Hübner, A Lukashenko, E Il'ichev, ...
EPL (Europhysics Letters) 96, 40012, 2011
Parametric-resonance entangling gates with a tunable coupler
EA Sete, N Didier, AQ Chen, S Kulshreshtha, R Manenti, S Poletto
Physical Review Applied 16 (2), 024050, 2021
Characterization of a fabrication process for the integration of superconducting qubits and rapid-single-flux-quantum circuits
MG Castellano, L Grönberg, P Carelli, F Chiarello, C Cosmelli, R Leoni, ...
Superconductor Science and Technology 19, 860, 2006
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