Monday September 7, 2015
Sep 7 - Morning (11:00-11:45 AM)
Plenary 2 - High Tc superconducting electronic devices
Location: Auditorium Lumière
Chair: Prof. Xavier Obradors, ICMAB Barcelona
Phasme team, Physics and Materials Laboratory (LPEM) ESPCI-CNRS-UPMC, Paris, France.
High Tc superconducting devices based on Josephson Junctions offer new opportunities for cryo-electronics, with possible high speed and high temperature operation. Significant improvements have been made in the recent years to develop reliable and scalable technologies to produce Josephson Junctions based circuits.
I will review the most recent achievements in the field, with an emphasis on the emerging ion irradiation technology, and its applications to high frequency applications.