Radiation Impact on Superconducting Qubits (RISQ 2024)

America/Chicago
One West (Wilson Hall)

One West

Wilson Hall

Fermilab Batavia, IL 60510
Carolyn Johnson, Daniel Baxter
Description

This is the first iteration of a new workshop series on the subject of Radiation Impact on Superconducting Qubits (RISQ) that will bring together the broader QIS and particle physics communities to assess the effects of radiation and cosmic rays on superconducting solid-state qubits, and development of the tools needed to address the problem. The workshop will take place at Fermi National Accelerator Laboratory on May 30-31, 2024 and will feature two days of invited talks, detailed discussions, and tours of dedicated lab facilities for addressing these issues. Tours will be allocated on a first-come, first-served basis, so please register as soon as possible and indicate that you would like a tour if interested. For those who do not attend tours, space will be provided for working discussions.

On May 29, 2024, a related satellite workshop will be held on the subject of GEANT4/G4CMP development for the modeling of energy dissipation in solid-state systems. The registration form includes a question as to whether you intend to come to this satellite workshop day, but separate registration will be required (instructions to be circulated at a later date).

Alongside this workshop, we will hold a ribbon cutting for the Quantum Underground Instrumentation Experimental Testbed (QUIET), the newly-commissioned QSC underground QIS facility at Fermilab. The exact time of this ribbon cutting has not been decided.

There is no registration fee for this workshop. Talks will be invite-only. Abstracts can be submitted to present a poster at the reception.

Scientific Organizing Committee:

Daniel Baxter, FNAL/NU (SOC chair, QSC)
Laura Cardani, INFN (SQMS)
Jon Cripe, LPS
Jonathan DuBois, LPS
Farah Fahim, FNAL (QSC)
Enectali Figueroa-Feliciano, NU/FNAL (QSC)
Anna Grassellino, FNAL/NU (director, SQMS)
Andrew Houck, Princeton (director, C2QA)
Travis Humble, ORNL/UTK (director, QSC)
Andrew Kubik, SNOLAB
Tanay Roy, FNAL (SQMS)
Brent VanDevender, PNNL/UW (C2QA)
 

    

    • Day 1: Welcome & Registration One West

      One West

      Wilson Hall

      Fermilab Batavia, IL 60510
    • Day 1: Kick-Off One West

      One West

      Wilson Hall

      Fermilab Batavia, IL 60510
      Convener: Daniel Baxter
      • 1
        Welcome and goals of the workshop
        Speakers: Anna Grassellino (Fermilab), Jonathan Cripe (LPS), Travis Humble (Oak Ridge National Laboratory)
      • 2
        Plenary Overview
        Speaker: Matthew McEwen
    • 10:15 AM
      Coffee Break Atrium

      Atrium

      Wilson Hall

    • Day 1: Current Strategies of the DOE NQI Centers One West

      One West

      Wilson Hall

      Fermilab Batavia, IL 60510
      • 3
        Summary of QSC Efforts
        Speaker: Daniel Baxter
      • 4
        Summary of SQMS Efforts
        Speaker: Tanay Roy (Fermilab)
      • 5
        Summary of C2QA Efforts
        Speaker: Brent A. VanDevender (Pacific Northwest National Laboratory)
      • 6
        Discussion
    • 12:00 PM
      Lunch (provided) 2nd Floor Crossover

      2nd Floor Crossover

      Wilson Hall

    • Day 1: Tools and Current Strategies One West

      One West

      Wilson Hall

      Fermilab Batavia, IL 60510
      • 7
        Muon tagging using Kinetic Inductance Detectors

        Ionizing radiation, particularly environmental radioactivity and cosmic-ray muons, pose significant challenges to the coherence and reliability of superconducting quantum processors. In this talk, I will introduce a novel approach to mitigate the detrimental effects of atmospheric muons on arrays of superconducting qubits. Our strategy involves equipping a superconducting quantum processor with an active muon veto system designed to tag and veto operations following a muon interaction within the chip. I will outline the concept, design, and technology behind the muon veto detector, with a focus on achieving high detection efficiency and negligible dead-time. Leveraging insights from Particle Physics experiments and the INFN CALDER project, we propose a cryogenic muon veto based on Kinetic Inductance Detectors (KIDs) technology, tightly integrated with the superconducting quantum chip. Results from Monte Carlo simulations and a preliminary design of the muon veto will be presented. By demonstrating the effectiveness of this strategy, we aim to significantly reduce correlated errors, enhancing both coherence and frequency stability of superconducting qubits. We plan to test our prototype using a high-performing quantum chip provided by the Superconducting Quantum Materials and Systems (SQMS) Center, with the objective of validating its performance and applicability in practical quantum computing scenarios.

        Speaker: Ambra Mariani (INFN - Sezione di Roma)
      • 8
        External muon tagging
        Speaker: Patrick Harrington
      • 9
        Phonon Trapping
        Speaker: Britton Plourde
      • 10
        Phonon Funneling (SQUATs)
        Speaker: Noah Kurinsky (SLAC National Laboratory)
      • 11
        IR Mitigation
        Speaker: Yen-Yung Chang (UC Berkeley)
      • 12
        Theory Perspectives
        Speaker: Gianluigi Catelani
      • 13
        G4CMP Workshop Summary
      • 14
        Discussion
    • 3:15 PM
      Coffee Break Atrium

      Atrium

      Wilson Hall

    • Day 1: Panel of Experts One West

      One West

      Wilson Hall

      Fermilab Batavia, IL 60510
      Convener: Joseph Formaggio (MIT)
      • 15
        Panel
        Speakers: Andrew Cleland, John Martinis, Lara Faoro , Laura Cardani, Ted Thorbeck
    • Day 1: Poster Reception One West

      One West

      Wilson Hall

      Fermilab Batavia, IL 60510
    • Day 2: Overlapping Problems & Synergies One West

      One West

      Wilson Hall

      Fermilab Batavia, IL 60510
      • 16
        Quasiparticle poisoning in topological qubits
        Speaker: Torsten Karzig
      • 17
        Quantum Dots
        Speaker: Mark Eriksson
      • 18
        TBD
      • 19
        Microelectronics
        Speaker: Farah Fahim (FERMILAB)
    • 10:20 AM
      Coffee Break Atrium

      Atrium

      Wilson Hall

    • Day 2: Facility Overview (Rapid Fire) One West

      One West

      Wilson Hall

      Fermilab Batavia, IL 60510
      • 20
        Fermilab Underground Facilities (QUIET & NEXUS)
        Speaker: Enectali Figueroa-Feliciano (Northwestern University)
      • 21
        PNNL Underground Facilities
        Speaker: Ben Loer (Pacific Northwest National Laboratory)
      • 22
        SNOLAB Underground Facilities
        Speaker: Andrew Kubik
      • 23
        LNGS Underground Facilities
        Speaker: Stefano Pirro
      • 24
        IFAE Underground Facilities
        Speaker: Elia Bertoldo
      • 25
        Boulby Underground Facilities
        Speaker: Ashlea Kemp (RHUL)
      • 26
        Australia Underground Facilities
        Speaker: Ben McAllister (ARC Centre of Excellence for Engineered Quantum Systems, School of Physics, University of Western Australia)
      • 27
        The Colorado Shallow Underground Research Facility at the Edgar Experimental Mine
        Speaker: Dakota Keblbeck
      • 28
        An Electron Linear Accelerator for On-Demand Qubit Irradiation
        Speaker: Tom McJunkin
    • Day 2: Group Photo
    • 1:00 PM
      Lunch Cafeteria

      Cafeteria

      Wilson Hall

    • Lab Tours

      Tours of FNAL's QIS facilities, including the QUIET Facility, SQMS Garage, and SiDet.

    • Day 2: Farewell Discussion One West

      One West

      Wilson Hall

      Fermilab Batavia, IL 60510