Quantum computing and qubit scale-up applications with Proteox
This webinar provides an overview of the new Proteox dilution refrigerator from Oxford Instruments, highlighting the key features and suitability for many quantum computing and qubit scale-up applications. The Proteox system is an essential tool for low temperature researchers, providing advanced research capability. It enables a step change in Cryofree system modularity, designed for enhanced adaptability, reliability and increased experimental capacity.
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Quantum Technology: Challenges and solutions for device fabrication and characterisation
This webinar will provide an overview of device fabrication and characterisation challenges and solutions for applications in Quantum Technology such as Quantum computing, communications and sensing. The next step up in device performance will be driven by development in materials processing and characterisation technology. In this webinar we will address three aspects of device development for superconducting qubits and Quantum circuits.
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Cryogenics for Quantum Applications with the British Cryogenics Council
Recent technical advances in Cryofree® technology are enabling new class of cryogenic systems that are compact in size and cryogen free. We will present recent progress in new cryogenic solutions addressing the technical challenges one need to address for developments of an integrated and compact platforms for quantum applications. The new systems are small and combined with Cryofree® technology, advanced sample management and instrumentation is enabling new class of quantum-enhanced applications.
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Transport properties of low dimensional semiconductors
Join Javad Shabani, Assistant Professor of Physics at New York University and a member of the Centre for Quantum Phenomena and Dr Gustav Teleberg, Cryogenics Product Specialist at Oxford Instruments
Near surface quantum wells with strong spin orbit coupling have attracted a great deal of interest since they can be interfaced epitaxially with superconducting films and have proved as a robust platform for exploring mesoscopic and topological superconductivity. In this work, Dr Shabani uses an Oxford Instruments’ 12 Tesla TeslatronPT top loader superconducting magnet system to study transport properties of quantum wells, quantum Hall effect, Shubnikov de Haas mass measurements and spin orbit coupling in these two-dimensional gas systems.
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