MIT
Quantum Nanostructures and
Nanofabrication Group

Prof. Karl K. Berggren and Dr. P. Donald Keathley

Topic: Nanowires

2.25.2021
New Publication “Compact and Tunable Forward Coupler Based on High-Impedance Superconducting Nanowires”
Developing compact, low-dissipation, cryogenic-compatible microwave electronics is essential for scaling up low-temperature quantum computing systems. In this paper, we demonstrate an ultracompact microwave directional forward coupler based on high-impedance slow-wave... Read more >>
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10.7.2020
New Publication “Superconducting Nanowire Spiking Element for Neural Networks ”
As the limits of traditional von Neumann computing come into view, the brain’s ability to communicate vast quantities of information using low-power spikes has become an increasing source of inspiration... 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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2.3.2015
New paper: “Control of zinc oxide nanowire array properties with electron-beam lithography templating for photovoltaic applications” accepted to Nanotechnology
[abstract] We found that electron-beam lithography, a top-down approach, is a suitable prototyping method for templating and controlling hydrothermally-grown ZnO nanowires (NWs). By varying the deposition method of the ZnO seed... Read more >>
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