QCage Online Seminar: Pushing Superconducting Qubits to Higher Fidelity
In this recorded seminar our speakers: Søren and Matthew, introduce the QCage.24 and QCage.64 superconducting chip carrier solutions for tens of qubits, and present a recently published research from Houck Lab, Princeton University.
This seminar addressed the following topics –
- Discover how QCage chip carrier solutions allow you to make the best of your qubits with record-low loss and decoherence.
- Explore QCage’s advanced capabilities, engineered and optimized for tens of qubits and beyond, leveraging experience from leading labs.
- Learn how you can save valuable time by avoiding custom development and using a solution that has been engineered for an optimized workflow and ease of use.
Dr. Søren Andresen: Senior Product Manager for QM’s cryogenic solutions. Before joining QM at 2,000 he worked with leading research groups in Copenhagen, Sydney, Helsinki, and Cambridge. Søren holds valuable insight into both technical and commercial aspects of spin and superconducting qubit technologies
Matthew Bland: Houck Lab, Princeton University. Matthew is a second-year graduate student working to improve the coherence times of superconducting qubits through materials-based advancements and device architecture. He grew up in Northern Virginia and received his B.S. in Materials Science and Engineering from Northwestern University.