28 Sept - 9.00am >> 2.00pm | Silicon based quantum information in Grenoble: status and perspectives
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From 28 Sept (9.00am) Lecture room, 3rd floor, building A, CNRS site, 25 rue des Martyrs, Grenoble
Recent breakthroughs in purified silicon (28Si) spin qubits have pushed Si spin qubits to a level that they can easily compete with superconducting qubits which are presently considered as the most promising systems for quantum information in condensed matter. The fact that Si technology is a well established industrial semiconductor technology will allow for implementation of quantum technology at a semi-industrial level and put Grenoble in a good position for future challenges in quantum information technology within Europe.
This meeting intends to present the latest achievements in the field of Si based quantum information and to show how Grenoble could become a global player within this research field by gathering available forces on-site and by benefitting from well-established semi-industrial nanofabrication.
9:00-9:45 Welcome et introduction
9:45-12:00 Scientific presentations
- Review of state of the art of qubits de T. Meunier (CNRS/NEEL)
- Roadmap of the Grenoble Si-projet de S. de Franceschi (CEA/INAC)
- Fabrication of isotopically purified Si de Petr Sennikov (RAS)
- Si-CMOS for quantum information de L. Hutin (CEA/LETI)
12:00-12:30 Discussion and Conclusion
13:00 Buffet lunch
Christopher Bauerle (CNRS / NEEL)
Marc Sanquer (CEA / INAC)