10 Apr 2018
Schematic representation of the experiment. A rotating microwave field (E) is sent through a circular layer of electrons while their electrical current (I) is measured by applying voltage (V).
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10 Apr 2018
Denis Konstantinov (left) and Oleksiy Zadorozhko (right), from OIST’s Quantum Dynamics Unit, standing in front of the equipment they used in their experiments.
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10 Apr 2018
The movement of thousands of negatively charged atomic particles—electrons—makes modern electronics tick. Yet, ubiquitous as electrons are, the particulars of their behavior continue to stump...
Type: News Article
24 Jan 2017
The future of quantum computing is a hot topic not only for experts but also in many commercial and governmental agencies. Rather than processing and storing information as bits in transistors or...
Type: News Article
Current and former members of the Quantum Dynamics Unit at OIST. From left to right: Dr. Oleksandr Smorodin, Dr. Alexander Badrutdinov, Professor Denis Konstantinov, and OIST PhD student Jui-Yin Lin
20 Jan 2017
Current and former members of the Quantum Dynamics Unit at OIST. From left to right: Dr. Oleksandr Smorodin, Dr. Alexander Badrutdinov, Professor Denis Konstantinov, and OIST PhD student Jui-Yin Lin
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Images of the electron trap architecture. Top: Schematic representation of the experiment. Current of surface electrons, induced by ac voltage applied to the electrode underneath reservoir 1, flows between reservoirs 1 and 4, as shown by the red arrow. Middle: Cross section of the central microchannel around the electron trap area.  Bottom: Photograph of the microchannel device on a copper sample cell, with subsequent close-up photographs of the central channel and surrounding reservoirs.
20 Jan 2017
Images of the electron trap architecture used by the Quantum Dynamics Unit. Top: Schematic representation of the experiment. Current of...
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2 Aug 2016
In the quantum world, physicists study the tiny particles that make up our classical world – neutrons, electrons, photons – either one at a time or in small numbers because the behaviour of the...
Type: News Article
1 Feb 2016
The end of Moore’s Law — the prediction that transistor density would double every two years — was one of the hottest topics in electronics-related discussions in 2015. Silicon-based technologies...
Type: News Article
The Schematic Representation of the Experimental Electrons on Liquid Helium System
1 Feb 2016
In order to study abnormalities in electron state changes, the scientists applied a strong vertical magnetic field and then bombarded the electrons on liquid helium system with microwave photons.
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Copper Mirrors
1 Feb 2016
Copper mirrors direct and focus microwave photons in electrons on liquid helium system. The focusing mirror (on the left) is made by pressing a hard stainless steel ball (also shown in the picture)...
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Experimental Cell
1 Feb 2016
A cell (container) where the electrons on liquid helium experiments are conducted.
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The Quantum Dynamics Unit Researchers
1 Feb 2016
Ryo Yamashiro, Alexander Badrutdinov, Leonid Abdurakhimov, Denis Konstantinov (left to right)
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