Cryogenic Circuits for Superconducting Qubit-Based Quantum Computing

Quantum computing is a paradigm that has the potential to transform problems that are computationally intractable today into solvable problems in the future. Achieving quantum computer realizations at the scale required to deliver on this paradigm’s potential, however, is a significant research challenge. One promising approach to achieving improved quantum computing scalability is the introduction of qubit control and readout electronics that are implemented with integrated CMOS circuits that operate at cryogenic temperatures. In this talk, we will describe example design concepts and initial demonstrations of cryogenic CMOS circuits developed to explore this path toward improved scalability in the context of superconducting qubit-based quantum computing system realizations.