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Coherent manipulation of noise-protected superconducting artificial atoms in the Lambda scheme
PG Di Stefano, E Paladino, TJ Pope, G Falci
Physical Review A 93 (5), 051801, 2016
482016
Advances in quantum control of three‐level superconducting circuit architectures
G Falci, PG Di Stefano, A Ridolfo, A D'Arrigo, GS Paraoanu, E Paladino
Fortschritte der Physik 65 (6-8), 1600077, 2017
452017
Population transfer in a Lambda system induced by detunings
PG Di Stefano, E Paladino, A D'arrigo, G Falci
Physical Review B 91 (22), 224506, 2015
372015
Ultrastrong coupling probed by coherent population transfer
G Falci, A Ridolfo, PG Di Stefano, E Paladino
Scientific Reports 9 (1), 9249, 2019
242019
Fairness by explicability and adversarial SHAP learning
JM Hickey, PG Di Stefano, V Vasileiou
Machine Learning and Knowledge Discovery in Databases: European Conferenceá…, 2021
222021
Metrics and methods for a systematic comparison of fairness-aware machine learning algorithms
GP Jones, JM Hickey, PG Di Stefano, C Dhanjal, LC Stoddart, V Vasileiou
arXiv preprint arXiv:2010.03986, 2020
212020
Nonequilibrium thermodynamics of continuously measured quantum systems: A circuit QED implementation
PG Di Stefano, JJ Alonso, E Lutz, G Falci, M Paternostro
Physical Review B 98 (14), 144514, 2018
202018
Counterfactual fairness: removing direct effects through regularization
PG Di Stefano, JM Hickey, V Vasileiou
arXiv preprint arXiv:2002.10774, 2020
192020
System and method for training a machine learning model
J Hickey, P Di Stefano, G Jones, L Stoddart, V Vasileiou, FJC Zabala
US Patent App. 16/789,309, 2021
102021
Design of a lambda configuration in artificial coherent nanostructures
PG Di Stefano, E Paladino, A D'Arrigo, B Spagnolo, G Falci
arXiv preprint arXiv:1502.05924, 2015
12015
Quantum technologies with superconducting artificial atoms
PG Di Stefano
UniversitÓ di Catania, 2017
2017
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