The goal of UltraFastNano is to pioneer new concepts at the crossroads between quantum optics and solid-state nanoelectronics at the pico-second scale, almost three orders of magnitude faster than other quantum technologies. Using fermionic flying excitations created with pico-second controlled voltage pulses at cryogenics temperatures (10 mK), we envision achieving full control of quantum excitations that propagate through electronic devices.

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PUBLICATIONS

Collisional interferometry of levitons in quantum Hall edge channels at ν=2

PHYSICAL REVIEW B
G. Rebora, M. Acciai, D. Ferraro, M. Sassetti

Design of a Single-Shot Electron detector with sub-electron sensitivity for electron flying qubit operation

CONDENSED MATTER
Glattli D. C., Nath J., Taktak I., Roulleau P., Bauerle C., Waintal X

What Limits the Simulation of Quantum Computers?

PHYSICAL REV. X
Yiqing Zhou, E. Miles Stoudenmire, and Xavier Waintal

Quantum Quasi-Monte Carlo Technique for Many-Body Perturbative Expansions

PHYSICAL REVIEW LETTERS
Marjan Maček, Philipp T. Dumitrescu, Corentin Bertrand, Bill Triggs, Olivier Parcollet, and Xavier Waintal

The UltraFastNano project is coordinated by
CNRS, Institut NEEL, Grenoble, France.

This project has received funding from the European Union's H2020 research and innovation programme under grant agreement No 862683