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Flux Quantum Computing At ISS 2017 (Japan)

Flux Quantum Computing at ISS 2017 (Japan)

Here are some of the talks on flux quantum computing to be presented at the 30th International Symposium on Superconductivity (ISS 2017) to be held in Tokyo, Japan on December 13-15, 2017.

30 Years of History and Future Perspectives of Superconducting Electronics
*Horst Rogalla1,2

University of Colorado, ECEE Department, Boulder, USA1
NIST Boulder, Superconductive Electronics Group, USA2

Single-Flux-Quantum Circuits with Nb-doped Si Barriers 
*Peter F Hopkins1, Manuel Castellanos Beltran1, Paul D. Dresselhaus1, David Olaya1, Javier Pulecio1, Miranda Thompson2, Samuel P. Benz1

National Institute of Standards and Technology, USA1
University of Colorado, Boulder, USA2

Current Progress in Adiabatic Quantum Flux Parametron
*Naoki Takeuchi1,3, Christopher Ayala1, Qiuyun Xu1, Yuki Yamanashi1,2, Nobuyuki Yoshikawa1,2

Institute of Advanced Sciences, Yokohama National University1
Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering, Yokohama National University2
PRESTO, Japan Science and Technology Agency3

Cryogenic signal processing based on superconducting logic circuits for multi-pixel superconducting nanowire single-photon detectors
*Hirotaka Terai1, Shigeyuki Miyajima1, Masahiro Yabuno1, Taro Yamashita1, Shigehito Miki1, Naoki Takeuchi2, Shuuich Nagasawa3, Mutsuo Hidaka3

National Institute of Information and Communications Technology1
Yokohama National University2
National Institute of Advanced Industrial Science and Technology3

A single-flux-quantum based event-driven encoder toward a 1024-pixel single-photon imaging system
*Shigeyuki Miyajima1, Masahiro Yabuno1, Taro Yamashita1,2, Shigehito Miki1,3, Hirotaka Terai1

National Institute of Information and Communications Technology1
PRESTO, Japan Science and Technology Agency2
Graduate School of Engineering Faculty of Engineering, Kobe Univ.3

Demonstration of picosecond time resolution of double-oscillator time-to-digital converters using single-flux-quantum circuits
*Yuma Tomitsuka1, Yutaka Abe1, Yuki Yamanashi1, Nobuyuki Zen2, Masataka Ohkubo2, Nobuyuki Yoshikawa1

Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering, Yokohama National University1
National Institute of Advanced Industrial Science and Technology2

Numerical Analysis of Rapid Single-Flux-Quantum Circuits Composed of 0- and π-Shifted Josephson Junctions
*Tomohiro Kamiya1, Soya Taniguchi1, Kyosuke Sano1, Masamitsu Tanaka1, Akira Fujimaki1

Department of Electronics, Nagoya University, Japan1

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