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Scientific achievements brought to you by the Equal1 team.

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INTELLECTUAL PROPERTY AT EQUAL1: PIONEERING QUANTUM INNOVATION

Equal1 fosters a culture of open collaboration and knowledge sharing while safeguarding our groundbreaking advancements in quantum computing. Our commitment to innovation is evident in our active engagement in technical events, our extensive publication of scientific research, and our robust patent portfolio.

 

LEADING WITH A ROBUST PATENT PORTFOLIO

Equal1 holds a large portfolio of patents filed, showcasing our leadership and innovation in quantum computing. These patents encompass a wide range of advancements, focusing on Quantum Device Structures, Quantum Control Mechanisms, and Quantum Neural Networks.

WORLD-CLASS RESEARCH

 

Our team of world-renowned scientists and engineers has a proven track record of publishing impactful research in leading scientific journals. The team has made significant contributions to the field, with over 40 publications in the prestigious journal Nature, over 400 publications globally, and nearly 10,000 citations, underscoring the influence of our research. Explore a selection of our influential publications below.

PUBLICATIONS

MODELING AND DEVICE CHARACTERIZATION

N. Petropoulos, A. Sokolov, P. Giounanlis, I. Bashir, K. Mitchell, M. Asker, D. Leipold, R.B. Staszewski, E. Blokhina, "Nanoscale single-electron box with a floating lead for quantum sensing: Modeling and device characterization," Applied Physics Letters, vol 124, issue 7, 22 April 2024. 
DOI:10.1063/5.0203421. [Applied Physics Letters link]

CRYOGENIC CONTROLLER FOR
ELECTROSTATICALLY CONTROLLED QUANTUM DOTS

R. B. Staszewski, A. Esmailiyan, H. Wang, E. Koskin, P. Giounanlis, X. Wu, A. Koziol, A. Sokolov, I. Bashir, M. Asker, D. Leipold, R. Nikandish, T. Siriburanon, and E. Blokhina, “Cryogenic Controller for Electrostatically Controlled Quantum Dots in 22-nm Quantum SoC”, IEEE Open Journal of Solid-State Circuits Society (OJ-SSCS), vol. 2, pp. 103–121, 10 Oct. 2022. DOI:10.1109/OJSSCS.2022.3213528. [IEEE Xplore link (Open Access)]

TOPOLOGICAL ORDER DETECTION AND QUBIT ENCODING

N. Petropolous, R. B. Staszewski, D. Leipold, and E. Blokhina, “Topological order detection and qubit encoding in Su-Schrieffer-Heeger type quantum dot arrays ,” Journal of Applied Physics, 131, 074401 (2022), vol. 131, pp. 1–15, 18 Feb 2022. DOI: 10.1063/5.0082214. [AIP link (Open Access)]

QUANTUM COMPUTING AS THE DEVELOPMENT DRIVER

R. B. Staszewski, I. Bashir, E. Blokhina, and D. Leipold, “Cryo-CMOS for quantum system on-chip integration: Quantum computing as the development driver,” IEEE Solid-State Circuits (SSC) Magazine, vol. 13, no. 2, pp. 46–53, Spring 2021. DOI: 10.1109/MSSC.2021.3072807. [IEEE Xplore link]

A FULLY INTEGRATED DAC FOR CMOS POSITION-BASED CHARGE QUBITS WITH SINGLE-ELECTRON DETECTOR LOOPBACK TESTING

A. Esmailiyan, H. Wang, M. Asker, E. Koskin, D. Leipold, I. Bashir, K. Xu, A. Koziol, E. Blokhina and R. B. Staszewski, “A Fully Integrated DAC for CMOS Position-Based Charge Qubits with Single-Electron Detector Loopback Testing”, IEEE Solid-State Circuits Letters (SSC-L), vol. 3, pp. 1–4, 24 Aug. 2020. DOI:10.1109/LSSC.2020.3018707. [IEEE Xplore link (Open Access)]

A SINGLE-ELECTRON INJECTION DEVICE FOR CMOS CHARGE QUBITS IMPLEMENTED IN 22 NM FD-SOI
 

​I. Bashir, E. Blokhina, A. Esmailiyan, D. Leipold, M. Asker, E. Koskin, P. Giounanlis, H. Wang, D. Andrade-Miceli, A. Sokolov, A. Koziol, T. Siriburanon and R. B. Staszewski, “A Single-Electron Injection Device for CMOS Charge Qubits Implemented in 22 nm FD-SOI”, IEEE Solid-State Circuits Letters (SSC-L), vol. 3, pp. 206–209, 21 Jul. 2020. DOI: 10.1109/LSSC.2020.3010822. [IEEE Xplore link (Open Access)]

CMOS POSITION-BASED CHARGE QUBITS: THEORETICAL ANALYSIS OF CONTROL AND ENTANGLEMENT

E. Blokhina, P. Giounanlis, A. Mitchell, D. Leipold and R. B. Staszewski, “CMOS position-based charge qubits: theoretical analysis of control and entanglement,” IEEE Access, vol. 8, pp. 4182–4197, Dec. 2019. DOI: 10.1109/ACCESS.2019.2960684. [IEEE Xplore link (Open Access)]

A MIXED-SIGNAL CONTROL CORE FOR A FULLY INTEGRATED SEMICONDUCTOR QUANTUM COMPUTER SYSTEM-ON-CHIP

I. Bashir, M. Asker, C. Cetintepe, D. Leipold, A. Esmailiyan, H. Wang, T. Siriburanon, P. Giounanlis, E. Blokhina, K. Pomorski and R. B. Staszewski, “A mixed-signal control core for a fully integrated semiconductor quantum computer system-on-chip,” Proc. of IEEE European Solid-State Circuits Conf. (ESSCIRC), sec. A2L-C4, pp. 125–128, 24 Sept. 2019, Krakow, Poland. DOI:RC.2019.8902885. [IEEE Xplore link]

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