The 1st international school

Superconducting Quantum Hardware
Superconducting technologies for quantum information processing
About
The school is intended for young scientists and novice researchers in the field of physics, engineering, quantum technologies, as well as graduate students, master's students, and 4th year bachelor's students.

The school's program includes 12 lectures given by leading international scientists in the field of quantum technologies. This school provides young researchers with an excellent opportunity to get acquainted with this rapidly developing field of modern physics and technology.
Dates
19-23 July 2021
Participation
Free
Participation format
Online
Language
English
The main directions
Quantum mechanics of superconductors
Quantum information
Physics of superconducting structures
Quantum thermodynamics
Superconducting digital electronic
Superconducting quantum devices
Superconducting qubits
Superconducting quantum computers
Video archive
Basic introduction to superconducting quantum mechanics. Part 1
Yuli Nazarov, Professor of the Delft University of Technology (Netherlands), Head of Quantum Nanoscience group
Basic introduction to superconducting quantum mechanics. Part 2
Yuli Nazarov, Professor of the Delft University of Technology (Netherlands), Head of Quantum Nanoscience group
Introduction to quantum computing. Quantum bits, quantum gates, and their realization
Yuri Makhlin, Professor, HSE University & Landau Institute (Russia)
Quantum information processing with circuit QED
Arkady Fedorov, Professor, University of Queensland, Head of the Superconducting Quantum Devices Laboratory (Australia)
Waveguide quantum optics of superconducting artificial atoms
Alexey Dmitriev, Artificial Quantum Systems laboratory of Moscow Institute of Physics and Technology
Аnyons on antidots
Dmitri Averin, Professor of the Stony Brook University (USA)
Continuous-variable quantum information processing with superconducting circuits
Kirill Fedorov, Walther-Meißner-Institute (Germany), Bavarian Academy of Sciences and Humanities
How do we discover Majorana particles in nanowires?
Sergey Frolov, Professor, University of Pittsburgh (USA), Head of the Nanoscale Quantum Matter group
Quantum thermodynamics in superconducting circuits
Jukka Pekola, Professor, Aalto University (Finland), Head of the Quantum Phenomena and Devices laboratory
Superconducting digital electronics for signal and data processing
Igor Soloviev, Nanostructure Physics laboratory of Moscow State University (Russia)
Superconducting parametric amplifiers
Alexandre Karpov, Professor, National University of Science and Technology 'MISiS' (Russia), Leading researcher of the Superconducting Metamaterials laboratory
Organizers
Organising committee
Alexey Ustinov
Karlsruhe Institute of Technology, National University of Science and Technology "MISiS", Russian Quantum Center
Alexander Golubov
University of Twente, Moscow Institute of Physics and Technology, National University of Science and Technology "MISiS"
Oleg Astafiev
Royal Holloway University of London, Moscow Institute of Physics and Technology, Scolkovo Institute of Science and Technology
Evgeny Il'ichev
The Leibniz Institute of Photonic Technology, Moscow Institute of Physics and Technology, National University of Science and Technology "MISiS", Novosibirsk State Technical University
Alexandre Karpov
National University of Science and Technology "MISiS"
phone number: +7(495) 638 46 46
e-mail: sqh.school@misis.ru