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APS March Meeting 2024

Event details:
Date & time
Minneapolis, Minnesota, USA
  • Business event
  • Science

It’s that time of year again, and time for APS March meeting. The 2024 meeting will be in Minneapolis. The event is organized by the American Physical Society (APS) and has been one of the most valuable events for Bluefors to meet with system users, and to present latest research and product developments. The event gathers every year about 12 000 physicists from around the world, who are presenting research findings and connecting to businesses. APS showcases the work to a global audience of physicists, scientists, and students representing 30 APS Units and Committees and explore ground-breaking research from industry, academia, and major labs. 

We will join APS March Meeting 2024 with a commercial booth (booth number #1329) among the main exhibitors. At our booth, both Bluefors and Cryomech product lines will be presented. Come learn the latest developments with our cryogenic measurement systems, Cryomech Cryocoolers and Liquid Helium Management Products, and with the rest of our products.

You can also meet us at the Job Expo.

Commercial Presentation

We will have a commercial presentation during the APS March Meeting, where we will present the latest developments with our cryogenic measurement systems. See the details below.

Bluefors APS March Meeting Commercial Presentation

Date: Tuesday March 5, 2024, 2-3 PM

Presenter: Tamanna Joshi, Technical Sales Engineer

Location: Theater One in the exhibit hall

Scientific Presentations

Bluefors will have multiple scientific presentations at APS March Meeting 2024. Our presentations will be done by our Quantum Applications Team, see exact details below.

Session F51: Quantum Error Mitigation in the Near-term

Tuesday, March 5, 2024. Room: 200IJ

Abstract: F51.00011 : Detection of thermal noise dynamics in quantum computer interconnects

Presenter: Slawomir Simbierowicz, Scientist Quantum Applications

Time: 10:24 AM–10:36 AM

The presentation explores the question of how our measurement infrastructure affects quantum devices. This talk presents quantitative measurements of power and heat radiated to a qubit through its control lines.

Abstract: F51.00013 : Statistical properties of environmental and intrinsic decoherence

Presenter: Russell Lake, Director Quantum Applications

Time: 10:48 AM–11:00 AM

How can we separate measurement system performance from the intrinsic limitations of the qubit itself? This talk presents a close look at how qubits fluctuate inside a Bluefors system and what the causes are.

Session T48: Superconducting Fabrication, Packaging & Validation

Thursday, March 7, 2024. Room: 200E

Abstract: T48.00010 : Self-heating of qubit input-output lines: implications for quantum computing

Presenter: Massimo Borrelli, Senior Scientist Quantum Applications

Time: 1:42 PM–1:54 PM

This presentation explores: What limitations do the control lines impose on quantum logical gates in terms of the number of gates and fidelity of gates?