Contact : Marc Sanquer
Research on silicon-based spin qubits is currently extensively pursued looking for a viable pathway towards large-scale integration.
Integration of charge sensors for the readout of semiconductor quantum bits (qubits) is required for a realistic realization of scalable quantum computer.
The development of sensitive and compact readout tools of quantum states is a central issue in the run to industrial scalability of semiconductor quantum bits (qubits).
Moiré patterns are superlattice structures that appear when two crystals with a lattice mismatch or with a different orientation are superimposed. We have developed a universal classification of all possible periodic Moirés in order to determine their exact crystallographic structure.
Leti, an institute of CEA Tech, along with Inac, a fundamental research division of CEA, and the University of Grenoble Alpes have achieved the first demonstration of a quantum-dot-based spin qubit using an industry-standard fabrication process.
Researchers from INAC/PHELIQS (CEA Grenoble) and Kavli Institute of Nanoscience (TU Delft, Netherlands) have predicted the occurrence of topological transitions in multi-terminal Josephson junctions.
Contact : Romain Maurand
microelectronics industry has shrinked the size of transistors present in our computers and other electronic equipment, arriving to critical sizes on the order of ten nanometers.
We have modeled for the first time devices developed at LETI and STMicroelectronics with quantum methods. These simulations have provided important information on the physics of these devices.
Contact : Xavier Jehl
Electron pumps are devices delivering a quantized current when driven at a frequency f: I=Nef, where N is an integer and e the electron charge.


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