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Li, Zenghui (author)
Quantum computers, mainly rely on quantum bits (qubits), which need to be operated at cryogenic temperatures. With the need for systems with thousands or even millions of qubits, the challenges of wiring and scalability become more apparent. To address this, several studies focused on the idea of fully integrated cryogenic controller systems. It...
master thesis 2023
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Costantini, Andrea (author)
The concept of quantum computing is gaining increasing popularity in the last years due to its potential for running certain classes of algorithms much more efficiently than classical computation. These algorithms span from simulation of quantum mechanical effects to factorization of large number, from simulation of molecules for drug discovery...
master thesis 2023
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Polat, Ilker (author)
<br/>As the number of qubits increases, controlling qubits at cryogenic temperatures with electronics at room temperature becomes infeasible due to the vast number of cabling. This necessitates controlling quantum operations on the qubits with a cryogenic interface, which is low power, scalable and maintains qubit fidelity.<br/><br/>In pursuit...
master thesis 2023
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Li, Maoran (author)
Single-photon detection is a critical step in both quantum computing and quantum information technology. For instance, the measurement of qubit states and the establishment of entanglement in nitrogen vacancy (NV) center quantum computing requires the detection of single photons. Superconducting nanowire single-photon detectors (SNSPDs) are very...
master thesis 2023
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Dutta, Deb (author)
To fulfill the vision of scalable quantum computers, cryogenic CMOS is a promising technology to implement the electronic interface for large-scale quantum processors. Research over the years has shown performance improvements in CMOS transistors in commercially viable technology at cryogenic temperatures. While the physics behind the operation...
master thesis 2023
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Arumugam, AMIRTHA VARSHINY (author)
Input qubit control signals from an arbitrary waveform generator (AWG) operating at room temperature undergo linear dynamical distortions as it traverses various electrical components on the control line connecting to the quantum device. <br/>If uncompensated for, such distortions can have detrimental effects on gate performance, affecting...
master thesis 2023
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Cerviño Fungueiriño, David Cervino (author)
Quantum computers exploit the quantum behavior of quantum bits (qubits) that are typically operated at cryogenic temperature. Qubits require an electronic control interface. Nowadays, such classical electronic controllers use bulky instruments operated far fromthe qubits outside the cryostat. To run practical quantum algorithms, thousands to...
master thesis 2022
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Wu, Yu-Wen (author)
Voltage references are an essential building block for many electronic systems, such as analog-to-digital and digital-to-analog converters, and voltage regulators. Although state-of-the-art voltage references already demonstrated high performance over the standard temperature range (−40 °C to 125 °C), specific applications require an operating...
master thesis 2022
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Damsteegt, Rob (author)
Scalable universal quantum computers require classical control hardware, physically close to the quantum devices at cryogenic temperatures. Such classical controllers need digital memory for various applications, ranging from high-speed queues to high-speed and low-speed lookup tables and working memory. The power consumption of the memories...
master thesis 2022
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Demarets, Maël (author)
master thesis 2022
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GUNAPUTI SREENIVASULU, Aishwarya (author)
Quantum computing offers exponential speed-up for problems that are computationally intractable with classical computing. However, quantum processors with thousands to millions of quantum bits (qubits) are needed. Room-temperature electronics are used to control and readout today's qubits operating at cryogenic temperature. As the number of...
master thesis 2021
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Ragnarsson, Ríkarður Jón (author)
In recent years, quantum computers have become increasingly popular, with high-profile companies in-vesting more and more resources into the development of quantum-computing prototypes. Such interest is motivated by the exponential increase in the computing power that quantum computers offer over classical computers, which may be used in several...
master thesis 2021
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Enthoven, Luc (author)
Disruptive changes in the fields ofcryptography and quantum chemistry can be achieved through quantum computing,as specific computations can be sped up significantly. Thousands to millions ofqubits are required to perform these computations, illustrating the need forlarge quantum computers. These qubits must be cooled to...
master thesis 2020
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van Eijk, Tijmen (author)
The driving and counting electronics for the Superconducting Nanowire Single Photon Detectors (SNSPDs) fabricated and commercialized by Single Quantum (SQ) is currently designed to interface with at most 8 SNSPD channels. Single Quantum is already selling 24 channel systems and the trend is generally towards more channels. In those systems,...
master thesis 2020
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Agarwal, Gayatri (author)
MRI machine has evolved tremendously over the years from its inception in order to render high-quality 3D images, best among its companion imaging systems. Of the whole system, RF receiver is the most crucial for its noise performance, which is expected to provide high SNR at all operating conditions. At Philips, MRI’s RF receiver is based on...
master thesis 2020
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Salentijn, Jaco (author)
Quantum computers are able to deal with large problems, like molecular modelling, financial prediction and cryptography. A classical controller is used to control the qubits of the quantum computer. A proposed controller, operating at 4K, needs a clean voltage supply in order to function well. The long interconnects between the room temperature...
master thesis 2018
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BALAMURALI, SRIRAM (author)
The promise that quantum computing is going to solve intractable computational problems has drawn tremendous interest and motivation in research communities throughout the world. However, operating a large-scale quantum computer requires classical electronics. In the present experimental setups, classical electronics is placed at room...
master thesis 2018
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van Staveren, Job (author)
Quantum computers seem very promising in solving problems that are too large to be solved by classical computers that are available today. However, to generate reasonable amounts of computing power, many qubits will be required. Each of the qubits has to be individually controlled and needs to be kept at cryogenic temperatures. To allow for the...
master thesis 2018
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Song, L. (author)
master thesis 2016
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van Dijk, J.P.G. (author)
Temperature sensors are widely integrated in high performance systems, e.g. microprocessors. If the die temperature becomes too high, the processor must throttle its clock speed to prevent reliability problems. This application requires temperature sensors that can be integrated in the same advanced technologies as the microprocessor, and that...
master thesis 2016
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