Abstract

In this video, a panel discussion moderated by Dr. Scott Holmes examines the view of panelists on the status and prospects for cryogenics-based and superconductivity-based technologies for computation, information, communication, including quantum computing.

The panelists are:

  • Nancy Missert (Sandia) - Josephson junction barriers for Cryoelectronics
  • Pascal Febvre (University Savoie Mont Blanc, France) - Going below 90 nm
  • D. Scott Holmes (Booz Allen Hamilton, USA) - SCE Foundry
  • Michael P. Frank (Sandia) - Improved superconducting logic families - (asynchronous, ballistic, reversible, etc.) a difficult engineering challenge for SCE
  • John Spargo (Northrop-Grumman) - importance of applications, competitiveness with other technologies, and manufacturing
  • Deep Gupta (Hypres) - importance of a gradual introduction of proven products with progressively increasing complexity and of integrating different technologies in the same system
  • Oleg Mukhanov (Hypres - SeeQC) - Challenges for the Roadmap - importance of scaling and density for competitiveness with alternative technologies, including 3-D integration and innovative Josephson junction configurations

Description

Panelists share insights on the status & prospects for cryogenics-based & superconductivity-based technologies for computation, information, communication, including quantum computing.


Presenters

Nancy Missert

Univ. Tecnologica de Pereira
Colombia

Pascal Febvre

Université Savoie Mont Blanc
France
8 (Africa, Europe, Middle East)

Scott Holmes

Quantum Computing/Engineering
DARPA
1 (Northeastern U.S.)

John Spargo

VP for Conferences
Northrop Grumman Space Technology
6 (Western U.S.)

Deepnarayan Gupta

Electron Devices Representative
Hypres, Inc.
1 (Northeastern U.S.)

Oleg Mukhanov

1 (Northeastern U.S.)

Date & Time

Fri, November 2, 2018

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