2nd Quantum User Meeting 2018 London

Zurich Instruments and the London Centre for Nanotechnology (LCN) are pleased to invite you to the 2nd Zurich Instruments Quantum User Meeting hosted by Professor Mark Buitelaar. In this London 2-day event you will be able to share quantum application know-how with the Zurich Instruments users community. 

When: Thursday 22nd - Friday 23rd November, 2018 

Where:British Library (Knowledge centre) & LCN @ UCL, London

What to expect?

Scientific Talks and Poster Presentations

Invited speakers from leading research labs in quantum technology as well as student's talks and evening poster session. 

Program

Thursday November 22
British Library Knowledge Centre, Dickens Room
9h00-9h30 Greetings, registration
9h30-9h40 Jelena Trbovic, Zurich Instruments Meeting welcome and Zurich Instruments introduction
9h40-10h00 Bruno Küng, Zurich Instruments A quantum computing control system for 100 and more channels
10h00-10h30 Mark Buitelaar, UCL Fast RF reflectometry on CNT double quantum dot
10h30-11h00 Coffee break - Dickens Room
11h00-11h30 Alessandro Crippa,
CEA-Grenoble
Dispersive readout of Silicon spin qubit by gate reflectometry
11h30-12h00 Natalia Ares,
University of Oxford
Efficiently measuring a quantum device using machine learning
12h00-12h30 Peter Leek,
University of Oxford
Coaxial superconducting circuits for quantum computing
12h30-13h30 Lunch break - Dickens Room
13h30-14h00 Johannes Heinsoo,
ETH Zurich
Fast Frequency Multiplexed Readout of Superconducting Qubits
14h00-15h00 Parallel Tutorial Sessions Topic 1 and Topic 2 (Eliot and Dickens)
15h00-15h20 Coffee break - Dickens Room
15h20-15h50 Takis Kontos,
ENS, Paris
Synthetic spin hamiltonians with carbon nanotubes
15h50-16h20 Adrian Bachtold,
ICFO Barcelona
Mechanical resonators based on small objects
16h20-16h50 Edward Laird,
Lancaster University
A coherent nanomechanical oscillator driven by single-electron tunnelling
Walk from British Library to UCL LCN
17h20-18h30 Lab Tours LCN, UCL Mark Buitelaar
18h30-19h30 Poster session UCL Wilkins Building/Haldane Room
20h00-23h00 Dinner - The Lady Ottoline Pub
     
Friday November 23
UCL Physics Department, Room E7
09h00-09h30 Jonne Koski, ETH Zurich Circuit quantum electrodynamics with quantum dot qubits
09h30-09h50 Anna Pearson,
University of Oxford
Radio-frequency optomechanical characterization of a silicon nitride drum
09h50-10h10 Teresa Hoenigl-Decrinis, NPL Absolute quantum power sensor
10h10-10h30 Matthieu Desjardins, LPA ENS Stapling ultra-clean carbon nanotube for quantum electronic circuits
10h30-11h00 Coffee break - E7
11h00-12h00 Parallel Tutorial Sessions - Topic 1 and Topic 3 (E7 and Mike Horton Suite)
12h00-13h00 Lunch break - E7
13h00-14h00 Parallel Tutorial Sessions - Topic 2 and Topic 3 (E7 and Mike Horton Suite )
14h00-14h30 Peter Barker, UCL Levitated quantum optomechanics
14h30-15h00 Josip Kukucka, IST Austria Towards reflectometry readout of a Ge hole spin qubit
15h00-15h30 Closing Closing remarks - end of User Meeting

Practical tutorials in parallel sessions with smaller groups with open Q & A. The following topics will be covered:

Topic 1: Advanced pulse sequencing with HDAWG
Topic 2: High-speed data acquisition with UHFLI and UHFQA
Topic 3: LabOne API programming concepts with Python

British Library (Knowledge centre)

Map of the UCL
Map of the Lady Ottoline Pub

LCN Lab visits

Several LCN labs will be opened for participants organized visits where you will get to know first hand about the latest developments in these world class labs.

Who should participate?

All Zurich Instruments users working in the broad research area of quantum technologies and researchers interested in how Zurich Instruments products are used in the quantum technologies domain.

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