Coupling a Quantum Dot, Fermionic Leads, and a Microwave Cavity on a Chip

Abstract : We demonstrate a hybrid architecture consisting of a quantum dot circuit coupled to a single mode of the electromagnetic field. We use single wall carbon nanotube based circuits inserted in superconducting microwave cavities. By probing the nanotube dot using a dispersive readout in the Coulomb blockade and the Kondo regime, we determine an electron-photon coupling strength which should enable circuit QED experiments with more complex quantum dot circuits.
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Physical Review Letters, American Physical Society, 2011, 107, pp.256804
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Matthieu Delbecq, Vivien Schmitt, François Parmentier, Nicolas Roch, Jeremie Viennot, et al.. Coupling a Quantum Dot, Fermionic Leads, and a Microwave Cavity on a Chip. Physical Review Letters, American Physical Society, 2011, 107, pp.256804. 〈hal-00657375〉

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