Are you working on Quantum Devices? Wouldn’t you like to learn about the top-notch results in the field? And what about the latest advancement in state-of-the-art tools for the fabrication and characterization of your devices? We got you covered.
Qnami partners with Delmic, Oxford Instruments, and RAITH to bring you the first online Joint Symposium on Fabrication and Characterization of Quantum Devices.
World-leading academic and industry experts will share their groundbreaking results unlocked by technologies spanning from Scanning NV Magnetometry to cathodoluminescence spectroscopy, from electron beam lithography to atomic layer etching.
If you are interested, mark your calendar and join us for this free online symposium.
Date: June 23, 2022
Time: from 9:30 to 15:30
Where: online platform GoToWebinar
Dr. Jörg Lenz | Qnami
Title: “Supporting the development of quantum devices with Scanning NV Magnetometry.”
Prof. Umberto Celano | University of Twente, imec
Title: “Correlative Metrology for Emerging Nanoelectronics with Scanning Nitrogen-Vacancy Magnetometry”
Michael Kahl | Raith GmbH
Title: “Nanofabrication for quantum computing”
Prof. Menno Poot | TU Munich
Title: “Quantum Optics on a chip”
Dr. Nahid Talebi | University of Kiel
Title: “Investigating exciton-plasmon-photon interactions by cathodoluminescence spectroscopy”
Dr. Dilini Tania Hemakumara | Oxfrod Instruments
Title: “ALD and ALE for Low-Loss Quantum Devices”