The Quantum Science and Technology Focus Topic will cover innovative quantum technologies that enable us to create, control and manipulate quantum systems. Topics will cover computing approaches such as superconducting qubits, color centers, ion traps, and quantum metrology as well as supporting technology of single photon amplifiers, multiplexers and advances in cryogenic systems, vacuum technology, and microwave to optical conversion schemes, etc. Challenges in achieving high-performance quantum devices and making precision measurements using quantum systems will be addressed.
Specific sessions will highlight the recent advances and challenges in quantum science and information processing, achieving higher coherence qubits and SiC, diamond, and related materials for quantum information sciences. We also plan to have joint sessions with traditional topical area groups and divisions at AVS, aiming to bring together areas traditionally represented at AVS on this new topic.
QS1: Systems and Devices for Quantum Information
- Bob Butera, Laboratory for Physical Sciences, “Hole-based Atomic-scale Quantum Devices in Silicon”
- Jeffrey McCallum, University of Melbourne, Australia
QS2: Systems and Devices for Quantum Computing
- Stefano Poletto, Rigetti Computing
QS3: High Coherence Qubits for Quantum Computing
- Jürgen Lisenfeld, Karlsruhe Institute of Technology (KIT), Germany, ” Tunneling Defects in Quantum Devices “
QS4: SiC, Diamond, and Related Materials for Quantum Information Sciences
QS5: The Quantum Metrology Revolution
- Fedor Jelesko, University of Ulm, Germany, ” Spin Qubits in Diamond “
QS6: Quantum Science and Technology Poster Session