We study spontaneous emission processes of two capacitively coupled superconducting qubits embedded in transmission-line resonators in a circuit-quantum electrodynamics architecture. We find that under proper conditions of the entanglement generating operation, a Purcell protection from spontaneous emission occurs. We discuss the dependence of this effect on the coupling energy between the two qubits and comment on the possibility of finding a trade-off between optimization of the gate with respect to low-frequency noise and relaxation effects.

Purcell effect in a circuit-QED implementation of a universal two-qubit gate

PALADINO, ELISABETTA;FALCI, Giuseppe
2012

Abstract

We study spontaneous emission processes of two capacitively coupled superconducting qubits embedded in transmission-line resonators in a circuit-quantum electrodynamics architecture. We find that under proper conditions of the entanglement generating operation, a Purcell protection from spontaneous emission occurs. We discuss the dependence of this effect on the coupling energy between the two qubits and comment on the possibility of finding a trade-off between optimization of the gate with respect to low-frequency noise and relaxation effects.
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