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Ateneo EINA talk

María José Martínez-Pérez, researcher from our group QMAD has participated in an Ateneo EINA talk about Quantum Computing.In the picture you can see María José togother with our team mate David Zueco who chair the session.Link to recorded…
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Marie Sklodowska Curie Grant for Victor Rollano

Congratulations to our team mate Victor Rollano who just obtained a Marie Sklodowska-Curie grant! He will spend two years at the University of Science and Technology of China, Hefei, working with our collaborator Johannes Mejer.Afterwards, Victor will join us…
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New Dilution Refrigerator in QMAD!

A new dilution refrigerator is fully installed and running in our labs! This instrument has been funded by the ERC StG grant QFaST awarded by María José Martínez Pérez. The fridge reaches 7 mK base temperature and includes several coaxial…
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Outreach talk and material about Quantum Computing

María José Martínez-Pérez, researcher from our group QMAD gave a talk entitled “Computing of the future. How does a quantum computer work?” within the outreach series “Some current challenges of Physics” of the Royal Academy of Exact, Physical, Chemical and…
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QMAD members participate in EQTC2021

Some of our members participate in EQTC Virtual conference.The group present four posters and one conference performed by Marcos Rubín that will report on direct measurements of spin clock transitions in decoherence-free molecular spin qubits and how they can be…
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INMA-COLLOQUIO – John Martinis – March 11th 10:00

We are happy to announce the first INMA-COLLOQUIO seminar by John Martinis!John Martinis holds the Worster Chair of Experimental Physics at the University of California, Santa Barbara and is an expert in superconducting quantum circuits. In 2014, he was…
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New publication

Physical Review Letters publishes our work on networks of chiral plasmons in twisted graphene bilayers.See more at: https://doi.org/10.1103/PhysRevLett.125.256804…
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New publication in Nature Photonics

Nature Photonics publishes our work on ultra-strong coupling between photons and phonons in the infrared.See the full article here: https://doi.org/10.1038/s41566-020-00731-5…
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Quantum Tuesdays – Electrical control of quantum spins

New Quantum Tuesdays seminar. Arzhang Ardavan from Clarendon Laboratory, Department of Physics, University of Oxford, will give a seminar entitled “Electrical control of quantum spins”.It will take place on December 15th, online at 16:00H (CET) on INMA youtube channel: https://bit.ly/33Se72s…
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GEFES undergraduate prize to Alonso Hernández

One of the prizes that the Condensed Matter Physics Division-GEFES of the Spanish Physics Society dedicates to support brilliant undergraduate students working under the supervision of GEFES members has been awarded to Alonso Hernández Antón, who will investigate “Quantum error…
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New “cryo-free” dilution refrigerator installed

QMAD received the new “cryo-free” dilution refrigerator from BLUEFORS, it has been installed and has started its first cool down. We have reached 1.15 K (-272 degrees celsius) before lunch. We are on the way to becoming the coldest place…
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“En ruta con la ciencia” COVID-19 special

Tonight (22/06/2020), our teammate Carlos Pobes will cast a 50-minute special TV-program of “En ruta con la ciencia” about COVID-19.The host will show a detailed journey about the COVID-19 pandemic in Aragon (Spain), holding conversations with researchers, making experiments and…
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Quantum Tuesday at the Faculty of Science

Our teammate Luis Martín Moreno, from the Aragón Materials Science Institute, will present the talk titled “An Introduction to Machine Learning”. It will take place on Tuesday, February 18 at 15:30 in the Degree Room of the Faculty of Science…
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