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SiQIP 2015

SiQIP 2015


09:00 Registration and refreshments

09:20 Welcome, Miguel Fernando Gonzalez Zalba, Conference Chair

Session 1: Nanofabrication

09:30 (Invited) Recent R&D-projects at GLOBALFOUNDRIES fab 1 in Dresden, Sabine Kolodinski, GlobalFoundries, Germany

10:00 (Invited) An evolutionary path from Advanced CMOS technology to quantum information processing, Carlo Reita, LETI, France

10:30 Progress towards fabrication and characterisation of atomic and nanoscale donor-in-silicon devices, Neil Curson, London Centre for Nanotechnology, UK

10:50 Automated STM lithography for P-in-Si multi-qubit devices, James Owen, Zyvex Laboratory, USA

11:10 Refreshments and poster session

Session 2: High-fidelity and emerging qubits

11:40 Spin-based quantum computing in silicon MOS devices, Andrew Dzurak, University of New South Wales, Australia

12:00 Quantum control and process tomography of a semiconductor quantum dot hybrid qubit, Mark Eriksson, University of Wisconsin-Madison, USA

12:20 Towards a CMOS quantum computing architecture, Andreas Betz, University of Cambridge

12:40 RF-gate reflectometry on acceptor states: singlet-triplet relaxation, Joost Van der Heijden, University of New South Wales, Australia

13:00 Lunch and poster session

Session 3: Quantum algorithms

14:20 (Invited) Quantum algorithms in LIQUID, Martin Roetteler, QuArC Microsoft, USA

14:50 A silicon-based surface code quantum computer, Jon O'Gorman, University of Oxford, UK

15:10 A donor/dot surface code insensitive to inter-qubit coupling for parallel fault-tolerant silicon quantum computing, Giuseppe Pica, University of St Andrews, UK

15:30 Refreshments and poster session

Session 4: Perspectives

15:50 The quantum Moore's law: an upper bound to the amount of workable quantum information in silicon platform, Enrico Prati, CNR, Italy

16:10 System design and control electronics consideration for an integrated semiconductor quantum processor, Hendrick Bluhm, RWTH Aachen University, Germany

16:30 (Invited) Title: A CMOS Ising computer for combinatorial optimization problems, Masanao Yamaoka, Hitachi, Japan

17:00 (Invited) Title:D-Wave's approach to quantum computing: a thousand qubits and counting
Colin Williams, D-Wave Systems, UK

17:30 Close with dinner in Trinity Hall College


P:01 Ultrathin silicon-on-Insulator structures with Integrated single electron transistors: theory and experiment
Aleksey Andreev, University of Cambridge, UK

P:02 Wireless manipulation of quantum states in silicon isolated double quantum dots
Thierry Ferrus, University of Cambridge, UK

P:03 Multi-valley envelope function equations for P impurity in silicon
Mykhailo Klymenko, University of Liege, Belgium

P:04 Dispersive read-out of double quantum dots: Modelling the differential capacitance of spin and charge qubits
Ryo Mizuta, University of Cambridge, UK

P:05 Quantum Information processing using hole spins in silicon quantum dots
Imtiaz Ahmed, University of Cambridge, UK

P:06 Silicon based high performance on-chip coolers for quantum information
Mika Prunnila, VTT Technical Research Centre of Finland, Finland

P:07 Electrical detection of ramsey interference in Si:P orbital transitions
Nikolas Stavrias, Radbound University, The Netherlands

P:08 Spin-dependent recombination in arsenic and sulfur doped silicon
Alexander Barbaro, University of Oxford, UK

P:09 Simulation of micro-magnet stray-field dynamics for spin qubit manipulation in isotopically purified silicon
Lars Schreiber, RWTH Aachen University, Germany

P:10 Cryogenic interconnectable boards for broadband time characterization and control of charge dynamics in semiconductor quantum dots
Marco Lorenzo Valerio Tagliaferri, CNR-IMM-MDM, Italy

P:11 Coherent creation and destruction of orbital wavepacket in Si:P with optical read-out
Konstantin Litvinenko, University of Surrey, UK

P:12 Minimal ancilla-mediated quantum gates
Vivien Kendon, Durham University, UK

P:13 Ultra scaled silicon nanowire single electron transistors
Felix Schupp, University of Oxford, UK

P:14 Adiabatic many-body state preparation and information transfer in quantum dot arrays
Abolfazl Bayat, University College London, UK

P:15 Charge dynamics and spin blockade in a hybrid double quantum dot in silicon
Anasua Chatterjee, University College London, UK

P:16 Hybrid optical-electrical detection of donor electron spins with bound excitons in silicon
P Ross, University College London, UK

P:17 A surface code quantum computer in silicon
Charles Hill, University of Melbourne, Australia

P:18 STM hydrogen lithography for the fabrication of an electrically-detected magnetic resonance (EDMR) device
Alexander Koelker, University College London, UK

P:19 Development of 22 T VSM system using novel improvements in HTS conductor
Jeremy Good, Cryogenic Ltd, UK

P:20 Fabrication of photonic structures for optical detection of donor spin states in silicon
Salahuddin Nur, Imperial College London, UK

SiQIP 2015 dinner