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We review several recent theoretical and experimental results in the study of superconductor hybrids. This includes the recent experimental advances in the study of superconducting beamsplitters as well as more advanced superconductor hybrid systems including ferromagnets or Majorana fermions. In the same manner, theoretical studies have revealed that such superconductor hybrid systems pave the way towards electronic generation and detection of entanglement as well as possible use cases in quantum computing. We will review the aspects in detail and illustrate the possible next steps to be taken.


Superconductor Hybrids, Superconducting Beamsplitter, Full Counting Statistics, Nanoelectronics, Superconductors

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Soller, H. 2017 Superconductor Hybrids-Electronic Paths to Quantum Computing. Journal of Applied Mathematics and Physics, 5, 606-622. doi: 10.4236-jamp.2017.53052.

Author: Henning Soller



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