We are a young and dynamic research group affiliated with the Department of Microtechnology and Nanoscience (MC2), Chalmers University of Technology. We are embedded in the Quantum Device Physics Laboratory.
The focus of our experimental work is hybrid quantum electronics, where the combination of different material classes, such as superconductors with nanoscale semiconductor channels gives rise to new electronic states, an example being topological superconductivity. We are also interested in the development of new device paradigms for quantum information processing.
We perform our experiments in dilution refrigerators, which are low-temperature cryogenic measurement cooling setups with temperatures reaching the range of 10 mK. Our devices are fabricated in-house, in the Nanofabrication Laboratory.
We are looking for passionate new PhD students, postdocs, and master students to join the team (more info)!
We gratefully acknowledge funding by MC2, the Swedish Research Council, the Excellence Initiative Nano and the Area of Advance Fundamental Sciences at Chalmers, the Horizon 2020 programme of European Union by an ERC Starting Grant (SiMS) and by a FETOpen grant (AndQC).
Building and programming a quantum computer - Chalmers Tracks 2022 edition15th April 2022
Course on Open Science and Technology - part of Chalmers Tracks18th January 2022
Quantum Tracks reports are online, open access1st November 2021
New PhD and postdoc positions are now open3rd September 2021
MSc defense of Rodrigo Lopez Baez23 July 2021
Article in Science on the Andreev spin qubit