Techniques for Thermalizing Electrons at milli-Kelvin Temperatures

2021-04-29: Do you want to learn more about how to thermalize electrons in a dilution refrigerator? Join our live webinar on May 26th, 2021 to learn how to set up a low-noise cryogenic electron transport experiment, using the QFilter-II.

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Workshop at the APS March Meeting 2021

2021-03-09: Meet us at our virtual booth at the 2021 American Physical Society (APS) March, where we are exhibiting on the days of March 15 – 19th, 2021. On Thursday, March 18th at 2 PM CDT (20:00 CET) we are hosting a workshop where we will present the talk Minimizing Electron Temperature with the QFilter. 

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Optimizing Electron Temperature in Quantum Dot Devices

2021-03-09: QDevil is presenting a detailed procedure for quantifying the temperature of the electrons in your milli-Kelvin experiments in our new application note.

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Nordic Cryogenic Quantum Collaboration

2021-03-05: QDevil is proud to announce a new collaboration with Bluefors, one of the leading providers of dilution refrigerators. Our QFilter is now available both through Bluefors and through QDevil.

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Webinar: Gate Space Scanning and Keeping Qubits Stable Using the QDAC

2020-12-02: Join our webinar on December 9th, 2020, on QDevil’s multichannel DAC (the QDAC) and its functionalities for quantum transport measurements.

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QDevil Launches Next Generation Quantum Chip Carrier

2020-10-21: A new chip carrier from QDevil now extends the frequency range of the existing sample holder system – the QBoard. The QBoard already provides 48 DC lines and 16 (1 GHz) RF lines. The new daughterboard extends the lines with additional four 12 GHz lines through its on-board mini-SMP connectors facilitating experiments up in the microwave Xband.

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