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- Xavier Jehl, B. Roche, Marc Sanquer, B. Voisin, Romain Wacquez, Veeresh Deshpande +12 others
- FET
- 2011

It is very important to study variability of nanodevices because the inability to produce large amounts of identical nanostructures is eventually a bottleneck for any application. In fact variability is already a major concern for CMOS circuits. In this work we report on the variability of dozens of silicon single-electron transistors (SETs). At room… (More)

- Enrico Prati, Kuninori Kumagai, Masahiro Hori, Takahiro Shinada
- Scientific reports
- 2016

Macroscopic manifestations of quantum mechanics are among the most spectacular effects of physics. In most of them, novel collective properties emerge from the quantum mechanical behaviour of their microscopic constituents. Others, like superconductivity, extend a property typical of the atomic scale to macroscopic length scale. Similarly, features of… (More)

I review the advancements of atomic scale nanoelectronics towards quantum neuromorphics. First, I summarize the key properties of elementary combinations of few neurons, namely long– and short–term plasticity, spike-timing dependent plasticity (associative plasticity), quantumness and stochastic effects, and their potential computational employment. Next, I… (More)

We propose a classical infrastructure for a quantum computer implemented in CMOS. The peculiarity of the approach is to operate the classical CMOS circuits and systems at deep-cryogenic temperatures (cryoCMOS), so as to ensure physical proximity to the quantum bits, thus reducing thermal gradients and increasing compactness. CryoCMOS technology leverages… (More)

Double dot exhange only qubit represents a promising compromise between high speed and simple fabrication in solid state implementations. A couple of interacting double dot exhange only qubits, each composed by three electrons distributed in a double quantum dot, is exploited to realize Controlled-NOT (CNOT) operations. The effective Hamiltonian model of… (More)

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