Programme

Poster programme

1. Continuous-time quantum computing
Vivien Kendon, University of Durham, UK
2. Many-body effects in 1D degenerately-doped silicon nanowire devices
Muhammad M. Mirza, University of Glasgow, UK
3. Electron transport in top-down fabricated silicon nanowires using relaxed and scalable nanofabrication
Nivedha Radhakrishnan, University of Glasgow, UK
4. Quantum interference effects in degenerately doped silicon nanowire junction-less transistors
Felix J. Schupp, University of Oxford, UK
5. Modelling of the electronic states of silicon quantum dots through DFT & TD-DFT methods
Nicolas Iacobellis, Université Libre de Bruxelles
6. A quantum interference capacitor
Anasua Chatterjee, Hitachi Cambridge Laboratory, UK
7. High-Q lumped-element resonators for gate-based dispersive readout
Imtiaz Ahmed, Hitachi Cambridge Laboratory, UK

8. Double-dot exchange-only qubit dynamics in presence of environmental noise
Elena Ferraro, CNR-IMM-Agrate Unit, Italy

9. Linear Hyperfine Tuning of Donor Spins in Silicon using Hydrostatic Strain
John Mansir, University College London, UK

Key dates

  • Abstract submission deadline:
    31 July 2017
  • Early registration deadline:
    18 August 2017
  • Poster submission deadline:
    18 August 2017
  • Registration deadline:
    1 September 2017