Mostafa Khezri Postdoctoral Scholar


Education

Experience

For more Information, please see my CV.

Publications

  1. Anneal-path correction in flux qubits (PDF)

    Mostafa Khezri, Jeffrey A. Grover, James I. Basham, Steven M. Disseler, Huo Chen, Sergey Novikov, Kenneth M. Zick, and Daniel A. Lidar

    arXiv:2002.11217

  2. Operation and intrinsic error budget of a two-qubit cross-resonance gate (PDF)

    Vinay Tripathi, Mostafa Khezri, and Alexander N. Korotkov

    Phys. Rev. A 100, 012301 (2019) | arXiv:1902.09054

  3. Two-time correlators for propagating squeezed microwave in transients (PDF)

    Juan Atalaya, Mostafa Khezri, and Alexander N. Korotkov

    Phys. Rev. A 99, 043810 (2019) | arXiv:1804.08789

  4. Dispersive Measurement of Superconducting Qubits (PDF)

    Mostafa Khezri

    Ph.D. thesis, University of California, Riverside (2018)

  5. Hybrid phase-space–Fock-space approach to evolution of a driven nonlinear resonator (PDF)

    Mostafa Khezri and Alexander N. Korotkov

    Phys. Rev. A 96, 043839 (2017) | arXiv:1707.01593

  6. Measurement-Induced State Transitions in a Superconducting Qubit: Beyond the Rotating Wave Approximation (PDF, Suppl.)

    Daniel Sank*, Zijun Chen*, Mostafa Khezri*, Rami Barends, Yu Chen, Austin Fowler, Robert Graff, Evan Jeffrey, Julian Kelly, Erik Lucero, Anthony Megrant, Josh Mutus, Pedram Roushan, Ted White, Matthew Neeley, Brooks Campbell, Benjamin Chiaro, Andrew Dunsworth, Charles Neill, Peter O'Malley, Christopher Quintana, Amit Vainsencher, James Wenner, Alexander N. Korotkov, and John M. Martinis
    *Equal contribution

    Phys. Rev. Lett. 117, 190503 (2016) | arXiv:1606.05721

  7. Measuring a transmon in circuit QED: dressed squeezed state (PDF)

    Mostafa Khezri, Eric Mlinar, Justin Dressel and Alexander N. Korotkov

    Phys. Rev. A 94, 012347 (2016) | arXiv:1606.04204

  8. Qubit measurement error from coupling with a detuned neighbor in circuit QED (PDF)

    Mostafa Khezri, Justin Dressel, and Alexander N. Korotkov

    Phys. Rev. A 92, 052306 (2015) | arXiv:1506.06321

 

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