Silicon Quantum Electronics Workshop



TU Delft


The Silicon Quantum Electronics Workshop focuses on silicon-based approaches to realizing quantum electronics circuitry such as quantum computers. The purpose of the workshop is to unite the leading researchers, students, and postdocs in the field to discuss advances in silicon quantum device fabrication, measurement, modeling, and theory.

Topics of interest include:

  1. Silicon-related qubit implementations (e.g., Si, SiGe, Ge)
  2. Advances in materials and fabrication
  3. Cryogenic classical (nano)-electronics and classical electronic interfaces with qubits
  4. Computer assisted design and analysis of donor and quantum dot architectures
  5. Theory and modeling of charge and spin decoherence mechanisms in silicon
  6. Dynamic decoupling and other control techniques to suppress decoherence in Si related qubits
  7. Approaches to multi-qubit and coherent on-chip communication
  8. Hybrid-qubit approaches combining Si and/or SiGe with other qubit systems

This year’s workshop will be held in Delft, the Netherlands. The workshop format will consist of approximately 20-30 minute talks, with a poster session held each day. We encourage you to submit an abstract for a presentation or a poster, but submission is not a requirement to attend.

Important Dates
January 15, 2016 – Abstract submission opens
March 15, 2016 – Abstract submission deadline

Conference Organizers
Lieven Vandersypen (QuTech, TU Delft), Floris Zwanenburg (Universiteit Twente), Mark Eriksson (University Wisconsin), Menno Veldhorst (UNSW / QuTech, TU Delft), Giordano Scappucci (QuTech, TU Delft)

International Advisory Committee
Michelle Simmons, University of New South Wales, Australia
Sven Rogge, University of New South Wales, Australia
Mark Eriksson, University of Wisconsin-Madison, USA
Malcolm Carroll, Sandia National Laboratories, USA
Thomas Tarman, Sandia National Laboratories, USA
Steve Lyon, Princeton University, USA
Mark Gyure, HRL Laboratories, USA
Marc Sanquer, CEA-Grenoble, France
Kohei Itoh, Keio University, Japan

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