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A study of process variations and their impact analysis in RF circuits
This thesis presents an in-depth empirical research to understand the impact of process variations in RF Circuits. We present a hierarchical two phase approach to study the impact of process based variations on device ...
Confinement, topography, universality, and non-scaling effects in the specific heat and superfluid density of helium-4 near the superfluid transition
The properties of bulk systems at a second order phase transition, in particular the superfluid transition of liquid helium, have been very well studied both theoretically and experimentally. Additionally, theoretical ...
Charge noise induced decoherence in coupled Cooper-pair Boxes
Charge fluctuations originating from gate bias and background traps can adversely affect a Cooper-pair Box (CPB) charge qubit. It has been suggested that two strongly capacitively coupled CPBs can help significantly suppress ...