Philip Krantz

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Philip Krantz is employed as a PhD student at the Quantum Device Physics laboratory. The main focus of his research is design, fabrication, and measurements of superconducting quantum circuits. In particular, the aim of his projects include development of more efficient readout techniques for superconducting quantum bits, the main building block of future quantum computers.

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Showing 17 publications

2019

A quantum engineer's guide to superconducting qubits

Philip Krantz, M. Kjaergaard, F. Yan et al
Applied Physics Reviews. Vol. 6 (2)
Journal article
2018

Microwave photon generation in a doubly tunable superconducting resonator

Ida-Maria Svensson, Mathieu Pierre, Michael Roger Andre Simoen et al
Journal of Physics: Conference Series. Vol. 969 (1)
Journal article
2018

Nondegenerate parametric oscillations in a tunable superconducting resonator

Andreas Bengtsson, Philip Krantz, Michael Roger Andre Simoen et al
Physical Review B. Vol. 97 (14)
Journal article
2017

Period-tripling subharmonic oscillations in a driven superconducting resonator

Ida-Maria Svensson, Andreas Bengtsson, Philip Krantz et al
Physical Review B. Vol. 96 (17), p. 174503-
Journal article
2016

Single-shot read-out of a superconducting qubit using a Josephson parametric oscillator

Philip Krantz, Andreas Bengtsson, Michael Roger Andre Simoen et al
Nature Communications. Vol. 7 (11417)
Journal article
2015

Direct observation of the thickness distribution of ultra thin AlOx barriers in Al/AlOx/Al Josephson junctions

Lunjie Zeng, Samira Mousavi Nik, Tine Greibe et al
Journal of Physics D: Applied Physics. Vol. 48 (39), p. 395308-
Journal article
2015

The atomic details of the interfacial interaction between the bottom electrode of Al/AlOx/Al Josephson junctions and HF-treated Si substrates

Lunjie Zeng, Philip Krantz, Samira Mousavi Nik et al
Journal of Applied Physics. Vol. 117 (16)
Journal article
2015

Characterization of a multimode coplanar waveguide parametric amplifier

Michael Roger Andre Simoen, C. W. S. Chang, Philip Krantz et al
Journal of Applied Physics. Vol. 118 (15), p. 154501-
Journal article
2013

Fabrication of large dimension aluminum air-bridges for superconducting quantum circuits

Mohammad Abuwasib, Philip Krantz, Per Delsing
Journal of Vacuum Science and Technology B: Nanotechnology and Microelectronics. Vol. 31 (3), p. 031601-
Journal article
2013

The pumpistor: A linearized model of a flux-pumped superconducting quantum interference device for use as a negative-resistance parametric amplifier

Kyle Sundqvist, Seckin Kintas, Michael Roger Andre Simoen et al
Applied Physics Letters. Vol. 103 (102603)
Journal article
2013

Investigation of nonlinear effects in Josephson parametric oscillators used in circuit quantum electrodynamics

Philip Krantz, Yarema Reshitnyk, Waltraut Wustmann et al
New Journal of Physics. Vol. 15, p. (article nr) 105002-
Journal article
2013

Parametrically pumped superconducting circuits

Philip Krantz
Licentiate thesis
2012

Coupling of an erbium spin ensemble to a superconducting resonator

Matthias Staudt, Io Chun Hoi, Philip Krantz et al
Journal of Physics B: Atomic, Molecular and Optical Physics. Vol. 45 (12), p. Art. no. 124019-
Journal article
2012

Niobium and Aluminum Josephson Junctions Fabricated with a Damascene CMP Process

Abelaziz Ramzi, Serge Charlebois, Philip Krantz
Physics Procedia. Vol. 36, p. 211-216
Paper in proceedings
2011

An On-Chip Mach-Zehnder Interferometer in the Microwave Regime

Steven Schuermans, Michael Roger Andre Simoen, Martin Sandberg et al
IEEE Transactions on Applied Superconductivity. Vol. 21 (3), p. 448-451
Journal article

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