- Th, 19.05.2022 18:00 – Th, 19.05.2022 19:00
- Mikhail V. Fistul, Theoretische Physik III, Ruhr-University Bochum, Bochum Germany
Two extremely challenging scientific problems have fascinated scientists for the last two decades: the mystery of dark matter, in particular, the detection of axions in our Universe, and the development of large quantum (qubits) networks allowing to establish the quantum information technology on the macroscopic level and to measure weak electromagnetic signals with unprecedented precision. In the framework of the European project “SUPERGALAX” the key novel concept of highly sensitive photon detector based on a coherent superconducting quantum network (SQN) embedded in a low dissipative superconducting resonator, has been proposed and elaborated. Such SQNs demonstrating various quantum collective states highly entangled with an external photon source, provide a feasible, though still extremely challenging, approach towards developing a microwave single photon detector that will be tested in axion conversion experiment.
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