Quantum Computer in the Solid State

ZEA-2 Accelerates Cryogenic Qubit Control in QSolid With Second Test Setup From Attocube

Our partner Central Institute of Engineering, Electronics and Analytics - Electronic Systems (ZEA-2) at Forschungszentrum Jülich has recently put a second cryogenic test setup from attocube into operation, which will support the team's work in QSolid both qualitatively and quantitatively.

The ZEA-2 team is building electronic systems for our envisaged first German quantum computer that enable all control and readout functions of qubits at temperatures close to absolute zero. As part of the overall system architecture, the experts are also responsible for analysing and controlling complex processes in our quantum computer, which need to be optimised for the applications.

By integrating the second cryogenic test setup at Jülich, electronic circuits can be characterised much faster in an environment of up to 5 Kelvin. As ZEA-2 now has access to two cryostats, measurements can be carried out simultaneously and electronic components can be characterised in a shorter time.

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