Quantum Engineering Colloquium

Speakers

1. Lizhou Wu,  TU Delft, The Netherlands -- 07-03-2018

2.  Andrea Corna TU Delft, The Netherlands -- 07-03-2018

Abstract

 1.   Spin-Transfer-Torque Magnetic Random Access Memory

As one of the most promising emerging  non-volatile memory (NVM)  technologies , Spin-Transfer-Torque Magnetic Random Access Memory (STT-MRAM) has attracted significant research attention from both academia and industry. STT-MRAM stands out from existing NVMs due to its high density, fast access speed, zero standby leakage, nearly unlimited endurance, and CMOS compatibility. However, a low manufacturing yield  caused by manufacturing defects, thermal perturbation, stochastic STT-switching behavior , etc. has hampered the commercialization process of STT-MRAMs. Therefore, STT-MRAM testing is of great importance.  In this talk, we will briefly discuss potential STT-MRAM manufacturing defects, fault models, test algorithms, and Design-for-Testability.    

2.  Cryogenics and Quantum Engineering

The cool stuff Cryogenics plays an important role in the development of the quantum computer. We always talk about 4 Kelvin, but what kind of equipment is used to reach this temperature and what makes these devices tick?

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