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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Generation of a Single-Cycle Acoustic Pulse: A Scalable Solution for Transport in Single-Electron Circuits

Physical Review X
J. Wang, S. Ota, H. Edlbauer, B. Jadot, P.-A. Mortemousque, A. Richard, Y. Okazaki, S. Nakamura, A. Ludwig, A. Wieck, M. Urdampilleta, T. Meunier, T. Kodera, N.-H. Kaneko, S. Takada, and C. Bäuerle

Semiconductor-based electron flying qubits: review on recent progress accelerated by numerical modelling

EPJ Quantum Technology
H. Edlbauer, J. Wang , T. Crozes , P. Perrier, S. Ouacel, C. Geffroy, G. Georgiou, E. Chatzikyriakou, A. Lacerda-Santos , X. Waintal, C. Glattli, P. Roulleau, J. Nath, M. Kataoka, J. Splettstoesser, M. Acciai, M. C. da Silva Figueira, K. Öztas, A. Trellakis, T. Grange, O. Yevtushenko, S. Birner & C. Bäuerle

Geometric energy transport and refrigeration with driven quantum

J. Monsel, J. Schulenborg, T. Baquet, and J. Splettstoesser

Influence of channel mixing in fermionic Hong-Ou-Mandel experiments

M. Acciai, P. Roulleau, I. Taktak, C. Glattli, and J. Splettstoesser

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