Visit us on Tag der Neugier 2022 on August 21st - Open Day at Forschungszentrum Jülich
Join us on a journey into the exciting world of chips. Please come and visit us at our building 02.5. You encounter the little chips every day. Sometimes they are so small and cleverly built that you don't even notice them and these technical marvels help us every day in different ways. With us you can expect how a wafer turns into a microchip; how ground measurement systems can help for example for climate research.
Science online: "Science – Systems – Silicon: How Integrated Circuits are Developed at ZEA-2" Dr. André Zambanini (ZEA-2)
Join us on January 12th at 15:00 PM online on MS Teams. A central research topic in ZEA-2 is the use of integrated circuits to enable scalable systems in science. A good example for this is the increase of qubit numbers for a quantum computer from a handful to an order of millions.
Quantum Computing Cover Story of “effzett” Receives Two Awards
Forschungszentrum Jülich’s research magazine effzett has received three awards. Within the scope of the International Creative Media Award (ICMA), effzett issue 3/2021 and effzett issue 1/2022 received one award each in the categories “cover story”, “magazines online”, and “magazines print”.
SWT Project Event - Dual Students from our Team Software Development participated
The second year dual students from our Software Development Team, Lasse van Baal and Julie Bernard, in cooperation with the FH Aachen and Tobias Salz (INM-1), ended the project period of their software project for the ZEA-2 as part of their studies with a software fair in the JSC.
First Back-to-Back Meeting of the Quantum Computer Projects QSolid and GeQCoS at KIT in March 2023
We are participating in the following Back-to-Back Meeting of the Quantum Computer Projects QSolid and GeQCoS in Karlsruhe. Learn more about the topic and the event: Quantum computers open up a completely new dimension in computer technology. They can be used to solve tasks that conventional computers fail at or take an unacceptably long time to process.
PET Electronics & Technologies 2023 - Workshop in September 2023
The first workshop on PET Electronics & Technologies, a forum for international research and academia to meet and exchange the latest developments in this field, is going to take place on September 12th – 13th 2023 at Fraunhofer-inHaus-Zentrum in Duisburg, Germany.
Paper "On Noise-Sensitive Automatic Tuning of Gate-Defined Sensor Dots" accepted for publication in "IEEE Transactions on Quantum Engineering"
In the paper "On Noise-Sensitive Automatic Tuning of Gate-Defined Sensor Dots", we analyze the noise characteristics of measured sensor dot data and define a criterion to identify continuous regions with a sufficient signal-gradient-to-noise ratio.
Miniaturized Satellite Sensor Electronics on Mission for Atmospheric Research
With the successful launch of the Atmospheric Coupling and Dynamics Explorer (ARCADE) satellite, an innovative remote sensing instrument from Forschungszentrum Jülich for atmospheric research has been sent into space. ARCADE is a small satellite with an edge length of 30 cm and carries as its main scientific payload a remote sensing instrument from Forschungszentrum Jülich equipped with a novel Spatial Heterodyne Interferometer (SHI). The interferometer was developed jointly with Forschungszentrum Jülich Institute of Energy and Climate Research – Stratosphere (IEK-7), the Central Institute of Engineering, Electronics and Analytics - Electronic Systems (ZEA-2) and numerous students from the University of Wuppertal.
Enriching Encounters and Collaborations: Our Journey at the Silicon Quantum Electronics Workshop in Kyoto
Exciting times have come to an end! Our colleagues just concluded the Silicon Quantum Electronics Workshop in Kyoto, Japan. The Silicon Quantum Electronics Workshop is a series of workshops focusing on silicon-based approaches to quantum electronics. The 2023 edition (SiQEW 2023) was held Oct. 31 - Nov. 2, 2023 at the International Conference Center Kyoto. Lammert Duipmans, Patrick Vliex, Dennis Nielinger and Stefan van Waasen (Director of the ZEA-2 Institute) attended the SiQEW 2023.
Last Modified: 03.11.2023