The topics include transport properties of high-temperature cuprate thin films as superconductive materials, the liquid-phase epitaxy growth of high-temperature superconducting films, high-temperature Josephson junctions, and microwave filters using high-temperature superconductors.
What does JJ stand for?
JJ stands for Josephson Junction
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Among their topics are mechanical behavior and its relation to critical current in Bi2223-superconducting composite tapes, the fishtail effect in high-temperature superconductors of strong pinning ability, orbital physics in the sodium cobalt oxyhydrate superconductors, superconductivity in highly correlated systems, computing with superconducting circuits of Josephson junctions, superconducting transitions in wire networks under spatially modulated magnetic fields, and superconducting mini-undulators.
Josephson junctions are good candidates for a quantum computer with recent experiments demonstrating reasonably long coherence times, state preparation, manipulation and measurement, and coupling of qubits for even-tual gate operations.
To make a solid-state qubit for the first time, researchers created a "Cooper-pair box" by connecting a super-conducting electrode only a few billionths of a meter in size, with a reservoir of electrons via a Josephson junction.
A typical Josephson junction consists of two superconducting layers separated by a thin film of insulating material.