The Superconductive Electronics (SCE) Group is developing single-flux-quantum electronic circuits for applications in wireless communications, quantum computing, and neuromorphic computing. More specifically, we are developing quantum-based circuits for waveform synthesizers  for RF metrology, cryogenic on-chip signal processing, qubit control and readout , and neuromorphic synaptic training. We have also fabricated and tested some of the highest-speed SCE digital circuits in the world for potential applications in energy-efficient, high performance computing. Our vibrant laboratory has facilities and expertise in circuit design and simulation, nanofabrication, and cryogenic high-speed testing.
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Josephson junctions; quantum computing; superconductive electronics; single flux quantum circuits; arbitrary waveform synthesis; wireless communications; artificial intelligence; AI; neuromorphic computing