Superfluid helium quantum interference devices: physics and applications.

Abstract

We present an overview of recent developments related to superfluid helium quantum interference devices (SHeQUIDs). We discuss the physics of two reservoirs of superfluid helium coupled together and describe the quantum oscillations that result from varying the coupling strength. We explain the principles behind SHeQUIDs that can be built based on these oscillations and review some techniques and applications.

DOI: 10.1088/0034-4885/75/1/016401

Cite this paper

@article{Sato2012SuperfluidHQ, title={Superfluid helium quantum interference devices: physics and applications.}, author={Yuna Sato and Richard E . Packard}, journal={Reports on progress in physics. Physical Society}, year={2012}, volume={75 1}, pages={016401} }