Federico Scurti invented the SMART Conductor which are optical fibers embedded within superconducting wiring that monitor for failures in High Temperature Superconductor systems.
Dr. Gargini provides an overview of the development of semiconductor technology roadmaps and their recent evolution to encompass other materials (including superconductors).
Dr. Holmes reprises some of the background regarding semiconductor technology roadmaps evolving recently into the "International Roadmap for Devices and Systems" (IRDS).
Panelists share insights on the status & prospects for cryogenics-based & superconductivity-based technologies for computation, information, communication, including quantum computing.
The lecture will describe portions of the difficult history of gravitational waves proposed about 100 years ago.
Gray Rybka reports the first results from exploring the range around 2.7 micro-eV last year, discuss this year's operations and review the ADMX G2 plans to continue the search to cover the entire mass range.
Learn how the Center for Axion and Precision Physics Research plans to use the current technology of HTS & LTS from pioneering institutions around the world to finally pin down and discover the axion frequency.
This presentation provides a survey of the activities in quantum computing research and development in the United States.
The presentation gives a survey of the objectives and activities in Europe in the context of the quantum flagship covering all topics but emphasizing those based on superconducting materials and devices.
This lecture consists of a brief review of current state-of-the-art QA technology by Richard Harris (D-Wave Systems).
Professor Zhu first gives an overview of the Chinese government Quantum information programs. He then focuses on the main target quantum computing in the next few years in China.
Professor Nakamura gives an overview of research activities on superconducting quantum computing in Japan, including his group's approach toward integrated superconducting qubit platforms for quantum computing.
A brief review of the JST-MIRAI Program, initial results of the investigation on superconducting joints, preliminary results for the medium field persistent NMR magnets, and the current status of the joints for railway systems.
Robert Schoelkopf presents the first implementation of a teleported C-NOT gate, which is a key building block for the modular approach.
IEEE CSC Graduate Study Fellowship & ASC Best Student Paper Awards presented on the Friday of ASC 2018 in Seattle.
Three experts in the fields of NMR/MRI, High Energy Physics, and Magnetic Confinement Fusion are brought together to discuss the expansion of the scientific and technical horizons enabled by HTS technology.
How key developments in our understanding of superconductors wire made possible by combining quantitative microscopic & microchemical techniques with detailed characterizations of superconducting properties.
Tabea Arndt (Siemens )examines HTS materials as possible enabling technologies for sustainable mobility and energy efficiency in power technology.
Jan Evetts SUST awardee recognition followed by an In Memoriam video tribute to superconductivity community members that have passed since the 2016 ASC.
General Chair Matt Jewell opens the ASC 2018 in Seattle, Washington. Program Chair Luigi Muzzi introduces the technical program for the conference.