We aim at leveraging silicon technology to develop innovative electronic devices for new computational paradigms based on quantum physics
Complementary Metal-Oxide Semiconductor technology lies at the core of modern microelectronics. This technology can now foster the development of scalable quantum processors relying on silicon-based spin qubits
Large-scale, solid-state quantum processors are likely to require classical CMOS electronic components operating a low temperature
Germanium is found in variety of applications. Yet it owns a potential for the realization of novel quantum devices that remains largely unexplored
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