A Winter school was organized in March 2022 once COVID crisis started to calm down. The booking of the hotel as well as the practical organization was led by LETI, while the scientific organization of the winter school was led by EPFL.
The school covered advanced topics in quantum computing and cryogenic devices, circuits and systems. It targeted at upper-level undergraduates and graduate students who have some prior knowledge of linear algebra, semiconductor physics, and quantum physics. This winter school also targeted at PhD candidates and researchers that work in closely-related fields and are interested in knowing more on quantum computing and cryogenic nanoelectronics.
This workshop was organized in Flaine, French Alps, to facilitate attendees access from Genova airport.
The speakers were invited among consortium partners but also outside the consortium boundaries, such as Stefano Pellerano (Intel), Pascal Chevalier (STMicroelectronics), and Jo Bardin (University of Massachusetts and Amherst & Google Quantum AI).
There were 30 attendees on-site with an additional 30 attendees online, with a total of 60 registered for online access.
--- Wed 16/3 ---
9h00: Erik Lind (Lund University)Introduction (updated)
9h15: Cezar Zota (IBM): Overview of high-frequency electronics for superconducting quantum computing
10h30: Alexandre Siligaris (CEA-LETI): Cryogenic circuits and systems for Qubits readout (updated)
11h15: Lars-Erik Wernersson (Lund University): Cryogenic behavior of InGaAs Nanowires for RF and mmW, and associated circuits for Quantum computing and other cryogenic applications
18h00: Stefano Pellerano (Intel): Horse Ridge: A Cryogenic SoC for Spin Qubit Control Implemented in Intel FinFET Technology to Enable Scalable Quantum Computers
18h45: Tristan Meunier (CNRS Institut Néel, U-Grenoble Alpes)and Maud Vinet (CEA): Spin Qubit Quantum Computing System overview(updated)
--- Thur 17/3 ---
8h30: Paul Hurley (Tyndall): Cryogenic III-V Transistors and materials
9h15: David Moran (U.of Glasgow) Cryogenic Transistors interconnection optimization
10h30: Elena Blokhina (University College Dublin): Integrating quantum read/write, control electronics at cryo (updated)
11h15: Pascal Chevalier (ST-Micro): Cryogenic SiGe HBT device operation for Quantum Computing (updated)
18h00: Joe Bardin (University of Massachusetts Amherst & Google Quantum AI): Cryogenic SiGe Analog-RF circuits for Quantum Computing
18h45: Michael Schroeter (TU-Dresden): Cryogenic SiGe HBT device Modeling for Quantum Computing
--- Fri 18/3 ---
8h30: Francis Balestra (CNRS IMEP, U-Grenoble Alpes): Characterization of FDSOI devices for cryo- CMOS applications
9h15: Christian Enz (EPFL): Modelling of FDSOI devices for cryo- CMOS applications
10h30: Fabian Thome (Fraunhofer IAF): Cryogenic InGaAs mHEMT and MOSHEMT for RF and mmW and associated circuits and systems for Quantum computing and other cryogenic applications
11h15 Edoardo Charbon (EPFL): Advanced Quantum Architecture