Oxford Instruments, one of the world’s leading plasma processing system manufacturers, will host a one day workshop on ‘Processing for Quantum Computing’, in Delft, NL on 11th November 2015.
The workshop is open to all those people working in industry and academia, with an interest in recent progress in Quantum Computing, plus future trends in its development and application. Lectures will be made by the Centre for Quantum Photonics, University of Bristol; QuTech Advanced Research Centre, TU Delft; Quantum Nanoscience, TU Delft and Oxford Instruments.
Scope of the talks:
- Microfabrication of quantum processors
- Fabrication of superconductor-semiconductor nanostructures: A bumpy road towards quantum computation
- Fabrication of mechanically suspended superconducting films for quantum devices
- Fabrication technology for QIP
- Latest advances in ALD process developments
- Advanced deposition processes
- Nanoscale etch technologies and their applications for QIP
Participants will be able to listen to a range of talks, including research results from guest speakers, process and application talks and advice, hints and tips from the experts at Oxford Instruments. There will be plenty of time for discussions, and to see process/technical posters.
Dr Frank Dirne, Managing Director of the Kavli Nanolab Delft comments, “As the exciting area of quantum research develops into a reality, Delft is amongst other international institutes and organisations developing computer technologies based on quantum theory. I am very pleased that we are hosting this workshop on Processing for Quantum Computing with Oxford Instruments that promises to deliver enlightening talks by notable speakers from research and industry.”
The workshop is free of charge, however booking is essential. To book: www.oxford-instruments.com/qcp