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IceQubes 2019: International Workshop on Cryogenic Electronics for Quantum Systems

from Monday, June 17, 2019 (8:30 AM) to Thursday, June 20, 2019 (3:00 PM)
Wilson Hall (One West)

        : Sessions
    /     : Talks
        : Breaks
Jun 17, 2019
Jun 18, 2019
Jun 19, 2019
Jun 20, 2019
8:30 AM
Registration (until 9:00 AM) (One West)
9:00 AM
Welcome to Fermilab (until 9:35 AM) (One West)
9:00 AM Introduction - Dr Farah Fahim (FERMILAB)   (One West)
9:10 AM Conference opening remarks - Prof. Edoardo Charbon (EPFL)   (One West)
9:20 AM Fermilab Quantum program - Dr Panagiotis Spentzouris (Fermilab)   (One West)
9:35 AM
Requirements for cryogenic electronics -Prof. Edoardo Charbon (EPFL) (until 10:45 AM) (One West)
9:35 AM Electronics interface for quantum computing - Prof. David Reilly (Microsoft)   (One West)
10:10 AM Electronics for the control of superconducting qubits - Prof. Joseph Bardin (University of Massachusetts)   (One West)
10:45 AM --- Coffee Break ---
11:15 AM
Requirements for cryogenic electronics -Prof. Antonio Liscidini (University of Toronto) (until 12:25 PM) (One West)
11:15 AM Ultra-low-jitter SNSPDs - Dr Matthew Shaw (Jet Propulsion Laboratory)   (One West)
11:50 AM NTRON circuits and single photon imagers using SNSPDs - Prof. Karl Berggren (MIT)   (One West)
9:00 AM
cryoCMOS - Davide Braga (until 11:20 AM) (One West)
9:00 AM Integrated cryogenic control chip - Mr Dennis Nielinger   (One West)
9:35 AM Low noise analog cryoCMOS circuits and systems - Dr Jeroen Van Dijk (Julich)   (One West)
10:10 AM High efficient low voltage supply signal processing based on quantized amplification - Prof. Antonio Liscidini   (One West)
10:45 AM cryoCMOS Device modeling - Pascal Alexander 'T HART (TU Delft)   (One West)
11:30 AM --- Lunch ---
9:00 AM
HBT -Dr Eric Dauler (MIT Lincoln Laboratory) (until 10:45 AM) (One West)
9:00 AM Using SiGe Technology for Qubit Readouts - Dr Troy England (Sandia National Lab)   (One West)
9:35 AM Single-Shot Readout Performance of Two HBT Amplification Circuits at Millikelvin Temperatures - Dr Matthew Curry   (One West)
10:10 AM Verilog Modeling of SNSPDs and SiGe ICs for Active Quenching and High-Speed Readout of SNSPDs - Prof. Joseph Bardin (University of Massachusetts)   (One West)
10:45 AM --- Coffee Break ---
11:15 AM
FD-SOI -Dr Eric Dauler (MIT Lincoln Laboratory) (until 12:25 PM) (One West)
11:15 AM Towards 2-4 K monolithic quantum processors with control and readout electronics in production 22nm FDSOI CMOS technology - Prof. Sorin Voinigescu   (One West)
11:50 AM Cryogenic FD-SOI technolkogy for silicon quantum applications - Dr Philippe Galy (STMicroelectronics)   (One West)
9:05 AM
Superconducting Electronics -Dr Malcolm Carroll (IBM) (until 11:25 AM) (One West)
9:05 AM Superconducing ICs for QC - Dr Ofer Naaman (Google)   (One West)
9:40 AM Parametric amplifiers for Josephson Junction qubits - Dr Greg Calusine (MIT Lincoln Laboratory)   (One West)
10:15 AM Cryogenic magnetic memory for superconducting quantum control electronics - Dr Guilhem Ribeill (Raytheon BBN)   (One West)
10:50 AM Cryogenic Digital Readout and control of Superconducting Qubits - Prof. Robert McDermott (University of Wisconsin, Madison)   (One West)
11:25 AM
Conference closing remarks -Prof. Edoardo Charbon (EPFL) (until 11:45 AM) (One West)
11:25 AM Closing remarks - Prof. Edoardo Charbon (EPFL)   (One West)
11:45 AM --- Lunch ---
12:25 PM --- Lunch ---
1:30 PM
Requirements for Cryogenic Electronics -Prof. Antonio Liscidini (University of Toronto) (until 2:40 PM) (One West)
1:30 PM CMOS electron/hole pumps and qubits - Dr Matias Urdampilleta (CNRS)   (One West)
2:05 PM SNSPDs and applications in quantum sensing - Dr Dmitry Morozov (University of Glasgow)   (One West)
2:40 PM
Group Photo (until 3:00 PM) (One West)
3:00 PM --- Coffee Break ---
3:30 PM
Keynote -Prof. Edoardo Charbon (EPFL) (until 5:15 PM) (Ramsey Auditorium)
3:45 PM Silicon based Quantum Computing: The path from laboratory to industrial manufacture - Prof. Andrew Dzurak (University of New South Wales)   (Ramsey Auditorium)
5:15 PM --- Conference Dinner ---
1:00 PM
Fermilab Tours (until 5:30 PM) ()
6:00 PM --- Dinner ---
12:25 PM --- Lunch ---
1:30 PM
Fabrication and Packaging -Prof. Joseph Bardin (University of Massachusetts Amherst & Google) (until 3:15 PM) (One West)
1:30 PM A compact cryogenic readout - Harald Homulle (QuTech)   (One West)
2:05 PM Multilayer Superconducting Electronics Fabrication processes for VLSI - Dr Sergey Tolpygo (MIT Lincoln Laboratory)   (One West)
2:40 PM Packaging Approaches for Cryo-Electronics - Prof. Michael Hamilton (Auburn University)   (One West)
3:15 PM --- Coffee Break ---
3:45 PM
FD-SOI -Prof. Joseph Bardin (University of Massachusetts Amherst & Google) (until 4:55 PM) (Curia II)
3:45 PM A dynamic random access architecture based on FDSOI technology for radio-frequency readout of quantum devices - Dr Fernando Gonzalez-Zalba (Hitachi Cambridge Laboratory)   (Curia II)
4:20 PM Fully integrated quantum computing SOC is 22nm FD-SOI - Dr Dirk Leipold (Equal1)   (Curia II)
4:55 PM
Requirements for cryogenic electronics -Prof. Joseph Bardin (University of Massachusetts Amherst & Google) (until 5:30 PM) (Curia II)
4:55 PM WSi and MOSi SNSPDs - Sae Woo Nam (NIST)   (Curia II)
6:00 PM --- Dinner ---