We use cryogenic systems to cool our electronic devices to close to absolute zero of temperature. The photograph shows a detail of one of our setups.
Deterministic Teleportation in Solid State Circuit
Microscope image of one of the quantum bits used in the teleportation experiments. The sample was fabricated in the ETH Zurich clean room FIRST. (Photo: Arkady Fedorov, Lars Steffen / ETH Zurich)
Circuit QED Device
We investigate the quantum physical properties of electronic circuits. The photograph shows a chip made in our labs at ETH and mounted in a printed circuit board to investigate the interaction of individual photons with individual qubits.
Beam me up!
This photomontage of scientists in the cryogenics lab was taken for the Dec 2013 ETH life magazine. From left: Yves Salathé, Andreas Wallraff, Lars Steffen, Nikola Pascher and Klaus Ensslin. (Image: ETH Zurich)
Research is done by an international team including PostDocs PhD and undergraduate students. The lab is supported by a project manager, technicians and a secretary.
The Rydberg experiment uses cryogenic techniques (front) and high power lasers (back) to combine atomic and solid state systems. (Image: Heidi Hostettler, ETH Zurich)