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The unavoidable effect of the environmental noise due to nuclear spins and charge traps is included in the study of the hybrid qubit dynamics. Hybrid qubit owes its name to the advantageous combination of manipulation speed of a charge qubit with the longevity of a spin qubit. It consists of...
TiSe2 is an exciting material because it can be tuned between superconducting and charge density wave (CDW) transitions. In the monolayer limit, TiSe2 exhibits a sizable energy gap in the CDW phase that makes it a promising quantum material. It is shown that interfacing a single layer of TiSe2...
Spin‐state transition, also known as spin crossover, plays a key role in diverse systems, including minerals and biological materials. In theory, the boundary range between the low‐ and high‐spin states is expected to enrich the transition and give rise to unusual physical states. However, no...
Integrated quantum photonics enables the generation, manipulation, and detection of quantum states of light in miniaturized waveguide circuits. Implementation of these three operations in a single integrated platform is a crucial step toward a fully scalable approach to quantum photonic...
When atoms come together and bond, these new states are called molecules and their properties determine many aspects of our daily life. Strangely enough, it is conceivable for light and molecules to bond, creating new hybrid light–matter states with far‐reaching consequences for these strongly...
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