Low-Thermal-Conductance and High-Density Microwave Interconnects for Cryogenic Quantum Computers
Research Project, 2024 – 2025

Purpose and goal
Quantum computers are predicted to be able to solve several major challenges facing humanity. Quantum computers based on superconductors is the technology today with the highest confidence as a realistic path to functional solutions. One of the biggest challenges with that technology is to scale up the number of qubits in today´s systems. In this project, we want to develop a cost-efficient solution with improved performance for larger systems with superconducting quantum bits. The goal is to demonstrate the relevant technologies and principles.

Expected effects and result
The current approach to superconducting quantum computers does not scale to the required level to for example, accelerate the development of new pharmaceutical drugs. We see the proposed solutions as an important step to building quantum systems capable of solving useful problems.


Artem Vilenskiy (contact)

Chalmers, Electrical Engineering, Communication, Antennas and Optical Networks



Göteborg, Sweden



Project ID: 2024-00508
Funding Chalmers participation during 2024–2025

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