• mardi 9 mai 2017

Séminaire Nanoélectronique Quantique : Rainer Dumke

14h00 // Salle « Remy Lemaire » (K223)

Institut Néel
25 avenue des martyrs - Grenoble

Attention :
Veuillez noter que l’horaire du séminaire a changé. Il commencera à 14h au lieu de 15h.

Superconducting Atom Chips
Rainer Dumke (Nanyang Technological University, Singapore)

In recent years, microtraps for neutral atoms based on superconductors, i.e. ‘superconducting atom chips’ have become a subject of intensive research. Motivated by the prediction of extremely low magnetic and thermal noise compared to normal conductors, superconducting atom chips have first been implemented in the expectation of improving the coherence of atomic quantum states close to surfaces by several orders of magnitude. This boost in coherence time holds promising expectations for quantum information processing applications. In particular, superconducting atom chips are ideal candidates for the realization of hybrid quantum systems between atomic and superconducting solid state qubits, merging the fast gate operation times for superconducting qubits with the long coherence times of atomic qubits.In this talk I will discuss our work towards realizing this hybrid quantum system via coupling ultracold atoms and superconducting circuits.

Contact : Rainer Dumke

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