Penn Quantum Hardware Lab
Image of a four-qubit quantum processor test structure fabricated by the Sigillito Lab using facilities at the University of Pennsylvania and the University of Delaware. The design is modeled after previous work done at Princeton and described here.
Welcome to the Penn Quantum Hardware Lab
Established in the Fall of 2021, the Penn Quantum Hardware Lab is a newly formed group of physicists and engineers housed in the department of Electrical and Systems Engineering at the University of Pennsylvania. Located in the same building where the first programmable electronic computer was developed, we're working to engineer the next generation of quantum computing hardware based on nuclear and electronic spins in semiconductors.
1/30/2023 - Lab renovations are complete!
The Sigillito Lab now has a permanent home in Moore 308. Both cryostats have been successfully installed and the fridge is happily reaching it's base temperature of 7 mK. The new lab is designed to mitigate ESD and offers highly filtered power to accomodate the ultra-low noise measurements required for quantum dot experiments.