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2017 International Workshop on Superconducting Quantum Technology: Superconducting sensors and Detectors, QuBits and SFQ Circuits

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2017 International Workshop on Superconducting Quantum Technology: Superconducting sensors and Detectors, QuBits and SFQ Circuits

March 16, 2017 (A388).  The International FLUXONICS Workshop on Superconducting Quantum Technology will be held in Freyburg, Germany, from June 18th to 21st, 2017. This workshop is a satellite to the ISEC 2017 in Sorrento and includes the biennial FLUXONICS RSFQ Design Workshop.  It covers also the cutting-edge research topics in both low and high-Tc sensors, detectors and readout, QuBits and SFQ circuits as well as related science and technology. The workshop addresses scientists and engineers from universities and research centers as well as industry.

More details of the workshop can be found in
http://workshop2017.fluxonics.de.  

The important dates are:

Deadline Abstract:                                                               05.05.2017
Deadline Workshop registration (including hotel):        05.05.2017
Final program:                                                                       31.05.2017

The Organizing Committee includes:

Ronny Stolz (Leibniz-Institute of Photonic Technology Jena)
Thomas Ortlepp (CiS Erfurt / Yokohama National University, Japan)
Hannes Töpfer (Ilmenau University of Technology) 

The SNF had 692 visitors in the month of May 2017,
and has had 139,282 visitors 
since its inception on July 15, 2007.