Jan KyciaDr. Kycia's group works on the experimental investigation of superconducting and quantum mechanical devices; in particular Superconducting Quantum Interference Devices (SQUIDs) and GaAs quantum dots (Spin Qubits). The experiments are run at ultra low temperatures (down to 0.004K). With these low temperatures, the quantum aspects of devices can be isolated and sensors can have the lowest levels of noise. These devices are used for quantum computing applications as well as for studying novel magnetic and superconducting materials.

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