Quantum computing will likely utilize numerous new technologies which operate at multiple different cryogenic temperatures. For example, a quantum computer might deploy CMOS memory modules at 77K, superconducting control chips at 4K, and a quantum processing unit (QPU) at less than 20 mK. To develop and deploy these various subsystems and technologies, it is vital to reliably and efficiently test and measure them at or near their operating temperatures.
Join this webinar to learn about:
- Technologies being explored at 77K, 4K, and milli-Kelvin for deployment in a quantum computer
- Challenges faced by researchers when performing cryogenic characterization measurements
- The leading solutions to measure cryogenic device and circuit performance at the wafer-scale and chip-scale
Dong-Thuc Knobbe, Microtron