APS March Meeting 2020 | Booth #1401 | Angstrom Engineering
Come by Booth 1401 and speak with one of our qubit fabrication specialists
Dr. Chris Haapamaki
You’re creating the future of information technology. We’ll handle logistics.
Angstrom Engineering has worked with many prominent scientists and professionals — both in academia and industry — who are making quantum computing a reality through the fabrication of reliable and repeatable Josephson Junctions. Get in touch with us and we can work together to create a system that will bring your work forward.
Our Quantum Series line of physical vapor deposition (PVD) equipment is tuned to the specialized task of creating Josephson Junctions, from utilizing an electron beam source to deposit aluminum, magnetron sputtering for niobium, to gas flow management while fabricating uniform tunnel junctions, along with precise shadow evaporation utilizing a tilting substrate. All is automatically handled throughout utilizing our propriety software platform, Aeres. The result is precisely repeatable Josephson Junctions.
Our team of experienced nanotechnologists, chemists, and physicists are ready to partner with you to help usher in the quantum age.
3D Transmon Qubit
Are you a Quantum Hardware Professional? You’re invited to ‘a Josephson Junction Function’.
Superconducting Circuits Networking Lunch
Tuesday March 3rd. 11:30am to 1:30pm
Get your ticket by filling out the form.
It has been a pleasure for us at Hebrew University to do business with Angstrom Engineering: young people, fully motivated, and providing first class service. Angstrom was selected after a tight purchase process among several known companies. The process involved many interactions and demonstrations on real, complex samples. Their performance and attitude during the whole process was flawless. Our Quantum Series Evaporator was just installed and now our researchers have the right tool for our work.”
Dr. Shimon Eliav – Hebrew University of Jerusalem
Go with Angstrom! It’s an easy choice. They have quality equipment, they have good people, and they have really great follow through; they won’t sell you a system and then forget about you. It’s a solid, good product, and great company to work with.
Dr. Trisha Andrew – UMass Amherst