Title: Scientific staff
Phone: +33 (0) 4 38 78 18 05
By research purposes consist in acquiring a working knowledge of quantum mechanics and a skill-set for hardware development to realize a solid state architecture for quantum computing with a high potential of industrial scalability.
The principal areas of investigation include:
- fundamental physics of quantum systems, like electron or hole silicon double quantum dots and single dopants, in CMOS ultrascaled nanodevices: spin-orbit effects, many-body phenomena, microwave-induced transport, spin-valley selection rules, quantum admittance, …
- realization and characterization of spin qubits in CMOS industrial devices
- implementation of radio frequency charge sensing techniques to qubit technology for efficient readout (RF reflectometry) and optimization of instrumentation between qubits and their control hardware (cryogenic classical electronics).
- Crippa, M. L. V. Tagliaferri, D. Rotta, M. De Michielis, G. Mazzeo, M. Fanciulli, R. Wacquez, M. Vinet and E. Prati, Physical Review B 92, 035424 (2015) (DOI : 10.1103/PhysRevB.92.035424)
- L. V. Tagliaferri*, A. Crippa*, S. Cocco, M. De Michielis, M. Fanciulli, G. Ferrari and E. Prati, IEEE Transactions on Instrumentation and Measurements, 65, 1827– 1835, 2016 (DOI: 10.1109/TIM.2016.2555178)