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Towards measurement and control of single-photon microwave radiation on chip. / Manninen, Antti; Kemppinen, A.; Lehtinen, J.; Mykkanen, E.; Amato, G.; Enrico, E.; Lacquaniti, V.; Kataoka, M.; Lindstrom, T.; Dolata, R.; Khabipov, M.; Jalali Jafari, B.; Lotkhov, S. V.; Zorin, Alexander B.; Lake, R. E.; Mottonen, Mikko; Pekola, Jukka P.; George, Richard Edwin; Pashkin, Yuri; Prance, Jonathan Robert; Astafiev, Oleg V.; Meeson, P. J.; Porsch, K.

Radio Science Conference (URSI AT-RASC), 2015 1st URSI Atlantic. IEEE, 2015.

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Manninen, A, Kemppinen, A, Lehtinen, J, Mykkanen, E, Amato, G, Enrico, E, Lacquaniti, V, Kataoka, M, Lindstrom, T, Dolata, R, Khabipov, M, Jalali Jafari, B, Lotkhov, SV, Zorin, AB, Lake, RE, Mottonen, M, Pekola, JP, George, RE, Pashkin, Y, Prance, JR, Astafiev, OV, Meeson, PJ & Porsch, K 2015, Towards measurement and control of single-photon microwave radiation on chip. in Radio Science Conference (URSI AT-RASC), 2015 1st URSI Atlantic. IEEE. https://doi.org/10.1109/URSI-AT-RASC.2015.7302820

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Manninen, A., Kemppinen, A., Lehtinen, J., Mykkanen, E., Amato, G., Enrico, E., Lacquaniti, V., Kataoka, M., Lindstrom, T., Dolata, R., Khabipov, M., Jalali Jafari, B., Lotkhov, S. V., Zorin, A. B., Lake, R. E., Mottonen, M., Pekola, J. P., George, R. E., Pashkin, Y., ... Porsch, K. (2015). Towards measurement and control of single-photon microwave radiation on chip. In Radio Science Conference (URSI AT-RASC), 2015 1st URSI Atlantic IEEE. https://doi.org/10.1109/URSI-AT-RASC.2015.7302820

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Manninen A, Kemppinen A, Lehtinen J, Mykkanen E, Amato G, Enrico E et al. Towards measurement and control of single-photon microwave radiation on chip. In Radio Science Conference (URSI AT-RASC), 2015 1st URSI Atlantic. IEEE. 2015 https://doi.org/10.1109/URSI-AT-RASC.2015.7302820

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Manninen, Antti ; Kemppinen, A. ; Lehtinen, J. ; Mykkanen, E. ; Amato, G. ; Enrico, E. ; Lacquaniti, V. ; Kataoka, M. ; Lindstrom, T. ; Dolata, R. ; Khabipov, M. ; Jalali Jafari, B. ; Lotkhov, S. V. ; Zorin, Alexander B. ; Lake, R. E. ; Mottonen, Mikko ; Pekola, Jukka P. ; George, Richard Edwin ; Pashkin, Yuri ; Prance, Jonathan Robert ; Astafiev, Oleg V. ; Meeson, P. J. ; Porsch, K. / Towards measurement and control of single-photon microwave radiation on chip. Radio Science Conference (URSI AT-RASC), 2015 1st URSI Atlantic. IEEE, 2015.

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title = "Towards measurement and control of single-photon microwave radiation on chip",
abstract = "Real-time detection and generation of single microwave photons would be important in many quantum technology applications. For single-microwave-photon sources, much of the groundwork has been done already within the framework of circuit quantum electrodynamics (cQED) in the frequency range 4 GHz – 8 GHz. However, currently there are no detectors that can reliably resolve single microwave photon events, unlike at optical frequencies. In June 2013, we started a joint research project to develop both microwave detectors and sources working at the single-photon level as a final goal. All devices operate at cryogenic temperatures, most of them below 100 mK. We also aim at improving the performance of other cryoelectronic quantum devices by understanding and eliminating the detrimental effects caused by microwave radiation. The work is done in project MICROPHOTON of the European Metrology Research Programme (EMRP). The goals and status of the project will be described in the presentation.",
author = "Antti Manninen and A. Kemppinen and J. Lehtinen and E. Mykkanen and G. Amato and E. Enrico and V. Lacquaniti and M. Kataoka and T. Lindstrom and R. Dolata and M. Khabipov and {Jalali Jafari}, B. and Lotkhov, {S. V.} and Zorin, {Alexander B.} and Lake, {R. E.} and Mikko Mottonen and Pekola, {Jukka P.} and George, {Richard Edwin} and Yuri Pashkin and Prance, {Jonathan Robert} and Astafiev, {Oleg V.} and Meeson, {P. J.} and K. Porsch",
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month = may
day = "16",
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AU - Enrico, E.

AU - Lacquaniti, V.

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AU - Zorin, Alexander B.

AU - Lake, R. E.

AU - Mottonen, Mikko

AU - Pekola, Jukka P.

AU - George, Richard Edwin

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AU - Prance, Jonathan Robert

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AB - Real-time detection and generation of single microwave photons would be important in many quantum technology applications. For single-microwave-photon sources, much of the groundwork has been done already within the framework of circuit quantum electrodynamics (cQED) in the frequency range 4 GHz – 8 GHz. However, currently there are no detectors that can reliably resolve single microwave photon events, unlike at optical frequencies. In June 2013, we started a joint research project to develop both microwave detectors and sources working at the single-photon level as a final goal. All devices operate at cryogenic temperatures, most of them below 100 mK. We also aim at improving the performance of other cryoelectronic quantum devices by understanding and eliminating the detrimental effects caused by microwave radiation. The work is done in project MICROPHOTON of the European Metrology Research Programme (EMRP). The goals and status of the project will be described in the presentation.

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