by Nathan K. Langford
Publisher: arXiv 2013
Number of pages: 79
These notes aim to provide a non-expert introduction to the field of circuit QED, to give a basic appreciation of the promise and challenges of the field, along with a number of key concepts that will hopefully be useful for the reader who is new to the field and beginning to explore the research literature.
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