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Cryogenic Helium Source

Cryogenic helium source eliminates headaches associated with superfluid engineering and reduces liquid helium oscillations that could decohere our future scalable quantum computer By: Dr. Elena Glen, Quantum Engineer Helium becomes a superfluid below 2 Kelvin, a temperature colder than outer space. To study the motional state of electrons on superfluid helium we need a way […]

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Introducing ZeroHeliumKit

Introducing ZeroHeliumKit ZeroHeliumKit (ZHK) is an open-source tool used to design micro and nanoscale devices, calculate electrical fields, and prepare lithography files for fabrication. It is an asset to researchers and engineers, particularly in the fields of finite element analysis, simulation, and lithography designs.  For example, quantum engineers design a chip in a program, then

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