CMOS based silicon qubits

CMOS based silicon qubits

Quantum computing is a major new frontier in information technology with the potential for a disruptive impact. Many different materials and approaches have been explored so far, with an increasing effort on scalable implementations based on solid-state platforms. Among these, silicon is emerging as a promising route to quantum computing. Elementary silicon qubit devices made in academic research labs have already shown high-fidelity operation. Following these successful developments, a collaborative research action is being deployed in Grenoble with the purpose to take this technology to the next readiness level by showing that silicon-based qubits can be realized within an industry-standard CMOS platform. In doing so we want to establish the true potential of silicon-based qubits in terms of scalability and manufacturability.