MIT
Quantum Nanostructures and
Nanofabrication Group

Prof. Karl K. Berggren

Topic: Research

3.8.2017
New publication: “A nanocryotron comparator can connect single-flux-quantum circuits to conventional electronics”
We demonstrate the use of a single three-terminal superconducting-nanowire device, called the nanocryotron (nTron), as a digital comparator to combine SFQ circuits with mature semiconductor circuits such as complementary metal... Read more >>
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12.21.2016
New publication: “Photoemission from Plasmonic Nanoparticles”
We demonstrate strong-field, carrier-envelope-phase-sensitive photoemission from arrays of tailored metallic nanoparticles, and we show the influence of the nanoparticle geometry and the plasmon resonance on the phase-sensitive response. Additionally, from... Read more >>
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9.16.2016
Seeking Graduate Research Assistant in superconducting-nanowire based electronics
Developing superconducting-nanowire based electronics We are looking for a graduate research assistant (must be an admitted MIT graduate student) to develop novel quantum sensors, logic devices and digital circuits based... Read more >>
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3.21.2016
New Paper: “Designs for a quantum electron microscope”
One of the astounding consequences of quantum mechanics is that it allows the detection of a target using an incident probe, with only a low probability of interaction of the... Read more >>
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1.13.2016
New Paper: “Dimensional Tailoring of Hydrothermally Grown Zinc Oxide Nanowire Arrays”
Hydrothermally synthesized ZnO nanowire arrays are critical components in a range of nanostructured semiconductor devices. The device performance is governed by relevant nanowire morphological parameters that cannot be fully controlled... Read more >>
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