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Next generation of cryogenics: tailored for quantum technologies

01 Jun 2020 Sponsored by Bluefors

Available to watch now, Bluefors focuses on an integrated experimental platform for the control of the quantum degrees of freedom

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Bluefors webinarIn this Bluefors webinar we will introduce recent developments to support a modern and modular cryogenic measurement infrastructure, which include our XLD side-loader (XLDsl) and new high-density wiring solution.

We will talk about the key enablers for the “second quantum revolution” with the focus on an integrated experimental platform for the control of the quantum degrees of freedom.

In the webinar, Tomi Elovaara, Slawomir Simbierowicz and Joshua Milem will:

  • Present our modular cryogenic infrastructure that enables developments in quantum computing, detector physics, astronomy, materials science and more.
  • Present an integrated platform for cryogenic measurements and show our XLD side-loader system, which enables modularity for both multi-user systems and large experimental efforts.

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Left to right: Tomi Elovaara is a sales engineer and member of the sales team at Bluefors. He holds a PhD in condensed matter physics at University of Turku. He joined Bluefors in 2016 as a cryo engineer and has been working in the Bluefors sales team since 2018. Tomi’s focus is on introducing and explaining Bluefors new innovations to our customers. Slawomir Simbierowicz is an electronic device engineer and a member of the R&D team at Bluefors. He has worked in the field of quantum technology and cryogenics for five years. His focus at Bluefors is on our cryogenic measurement infrastructure. Joshua Milem is electronic device engineer and a member of the R&D team at Bluefors. He has worked in the field of quantum technology and cryogenics for three years, previously working on novel topological qubit systems. His focus at Bluefors is on our cryogenic measurement infrastructure.

 

 

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