Webinar "One-dimensional quantum wire: physics and applications at ultra low temperatures" on 26th March 2015
Hosted by the IOP on Thursday 26th March at 15:00 GMT, this webinar is free of charge, and will run for 1 hour. You can find a recorded version of the webinar below.
Dr Sanjeev Kumar: Quantum transport in a quasi-one-dimensional quantum wire
Dr Gustav Teleberg: Cryogen free ULT technology update
Previous webinar presented by Prof. Charles Marcus
Triton: advances in dilution refrigerator technology for quantum information processing
In this webinar Prof. Charles Marcus presents an overview of his work using the Triton dilution refrigerator at the Niels Bohr Institute’s Center for Quantum Devices, University of Copenhagen. He reviews the latest advances in dilution refrigerator technology for QIP, specifically focusing on the integration of high-density RF interconnects.
The scaling of single- or few-electron spin-qubit devices to multi-qubit architectures presents a challenge to cryogenic technology. Particularly demanding is the integration of large numbers of RF interconnects to samples operating at millikelvin temperatures in high magnetic fields within physical space, heat load and electrical noise limits. With its advanced sample loading, integrated magnet solutions and quantum information processing (QIP)-specific wiring options, the Triton dilution refrigerator has been adopted as the system of choice for studies in this exciting area of emerging technology.
In this webinar we review the latest advances in dilution refrigerator technology for QIP, specifically focusing on the integration of high density RF interconnects. To illustrate this, Prof. Charles Marcus presents an overview of his work using the Triton dilution refrigerator at the Niels Bohr Institute’s Center for Quantum Devices, University of Copenhagen.
Speaker: Prof. Charles M Marcus, director, Center for Quantum Devices at the Niels Bohr Institute, University of Copenhagen
Speaker: Dr David M Haynes, business development director of Oxford Instruments, Omicron NanoScience