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During the last few years, alternatives to standard superconducting qubits are being explored in order to improve scalability and robustness against noise. Among these alternatives, hybrid semiconducting-superconducting qubits are emerging as a powerful option owing to their versatility. Possible qubit implementations using this hybrid platform include semiconductor-based transmon qubits, single-spin Andreev qubits, and fault-tolerant topological qubits based on Majorana zero modes. In this perspective, we review recent progress in this vibrant field.

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This page is a summary of: A perspective on semiconductor-based superconducting qubits, Applied Physics Letters, December 2020, American Institute of Physics, DOI: 10.1063/5.0024124.
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