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SCE 2022-11-04
Miyagi RIEC, Tohoku Univ.
(Primary: On-site, Secondary: Online)
True Random Number Sequences Generated by Utilizing Timing Jitters in Superconducting Integrated Circuits
Kenta Sato (UEC), Naonori Sega, Hiroshi Shimada, Mizugaki Yoshinao (UEC) SCE2022-10
A Hardware Random Number Generator (HRNG), which generates true random number sequences, is studied. In superconducting ... [more] SCE2022-10
SCE 2022-08-09
Online Online Recursive Cell Placement Method for High-Throughput Single Flux Quantum Logic Circuits
Kento Kitamura, Takahiro Kawaguchi, Naofumi Takagi (Kyoto Univ.) SCE2022-4
(To be available after the conference date) [more] SCE2022-4
SCE 2022-08-09
Online Online Pulse-density-modulated microwave generator using single-flux-quantum circuits for controlling qubits
Akira Kunihiro, Yuki Yamanashi, Nobuyuki Yoshikawa (Yokohama Natl. Univ.) SCE2022-7
Generally, superconducting qubits are controlled by an irradiation of a microwave pulse. We proposed a microwave pulse g... [more] SCE2022-7
SCE 2021-11-15
Online Online Brading Operations of Topological Quantum Bit using SFQ Current Pulses
Takuro Funazawa, Masato Naruse, Hiroaki Myoren (Saitama Univ.) SCE2021-8
Quantum computing is said to be next generation computer. We focused on Topological Quantum Computation (TQC) among vari... [more] SCE2021-8
SCE 2021-01-19
Online Online [Invited Talk] Design of serializer/deserializer circuits for adiabatic quantum-flux-parametron circuits using delay-line clocking
Yuki Hironaka, Taiki Yamae, Naoki Takeuchi, Nobuyuki Yoshikawa (Yokohama Natl. Univ.) SCE2020-17
An adiabatic quantum-flux-parametron (AQFP) circuit is an extremely low-power Josephson logic family. A novel clocking s... [more] SCE2020-17
SCE 2020-11-25
Online Online Design and bit-error-late evaluation of a Josephson latching driver using 10-kA/cm2 Nb process
Yuki Hironaka, Nobuyuki Yoshikawa (Yokohama Natl. Univ.) SCE2020-8
We have been developing Josephson-CMOS hybrid memory, which is a combination of CMOS memory and Josephson logic circuits... [more] SCE2020-8
SCE 2020-11-25
Online Online Enhanced Operation Frequencies of Bipolar Double-Flux-Quantum Amplifiers Fabricated Using a Nb 10-kA/cm2 Integration Process
Yuta Somei, Hiroshi Shimada, Yoshinao Mizugaki (UEC) SCE2020-9
A Double-Flux-Quantum Amplifier (DFQA) is a superconducting voltage multiplier that can generate a high-precision voltag... [more] SCE2020-9
SCE 2020-09-02
Online Online Design and Evaluation of Compact Interfaces between Adiabatic Quantum-Flux-Parametron Logic and Rapid Single-Flux-Quantum Logic
Yuichi Yamazaki, Naoki Takeuchi, Nobuyuki Yoshikawa (Yokohama Natl., Univ.) SCE2020-5
In superconducting circuits, adiabatic quantum flux parametron (AQFP) circuits with high energy efficiency and fast sing... [more] SCE2020-5
SCE 2020-09-02
Online Online Performance of Digital SQUID magnetometer using Multi-Flux Quantum Feedback
Itta Oshima, Sohei Uchida, Masato Naruse, Tohru Taino, Hiroaki Myoren (Saitama Univ.) SCE2020-6
We designed a digital SQUID with sub-Φ0feedback with the multi-flux generators (MFGs) for SFQ feedback operation. We suc... [more] SCE2020-6
SCE 2020-01-17
Kanagawa   [Poster Presentation] Design and Simulation of Single-Flux-Quantum Multiply-Accumulator
Zongyuan Li, Yuki Yamanashi, Nobuyuki Yoshikawa (YNU) SCE2019-33
Multiply accumulate is a special operation in digital signal processor or some microprocessors. The hardware circuit uni... [more] SCE2019-33
SCE 2020-01-17
Kanagawa   [Poster Presentation] Design and Evaluation of Superconducting 2-bit Autocorrelator System for Astronomical Data Analysis
Lisa Shirakawa, Yuki Yamanashi, Nobuyuki Yoshikawa (Yokohama Natl. Univ.) SCE2019-34
We designed and evaluated the performances of an single-flux-quantum (SFQ) autocorrelator that supports 2-bit signal inp... [more] SCE2019-34
SCE 2020-01-17
Kanagawa   [Poster Presentation] A Routing Method with Wire Length Matching for RSFQ Logic Circuits Using Thin PTLs
Kei Kitamura (Kyoto Univ), Kazuyoshi Takagi (Mie Univ), Naofumi Takagi (Kyoto Univ) SCE2019-35
A routing method with wire length matching using thin PTLs for RSFQ circuits is proposed. For AIST-ADP2 fabrication tech... [more] SCE2019-35
SCE 2020-01-17
Kanagawa   [Poster Presentation] Design and evaluation of single flux quantum circuits by using local magnetic flux bias technique
Shunta Asada, Yuki Yamanashi, Nobuyuki Yoshikawa (Yokohama Natl. Univ.) SCE2019-42
We developed a local magnetic flux bias (LFB) technique to introduce a phase shift in the superconducting circuit. The L... [more] SCE2019-42
SCE 2020-01-17
Kanagawa   [Poster Presentation] Design of single flux quantum highly-integrated memory cell and its application to lookup table
Takuya Hosoya, Yuki Yamanashi, Nobuyuki Yoshikawa (Yokohama Natl. Univ.) SCE2019-43
This study focuses on a look-up table (LUT) based on a single flux quantum (SFQ) logic circuit. To realize highly-integr... [more] SCE2019-43
SCE 2019-08-09
Ibaraki National Institute of Advanced Industrial Science and Technology Performance of Digital SQUID with Sub-Flux Quantum Feedback Resolution fabricated using 10 kA/cm2 Nb process
Kouki Itagaki, Ryo Matsunawa, Itta Oshima, Yuichi Hasegawa, Masato Naruse, Tohru Taino, Hiroaki Myoren (Saitama Univ.) SCE2019-17
The digital SQUID with Single Flux Quantum (SFQ) logic operates as a Δ type oversampling A / D converter. Magnetic flux ... [more] SCE2019-17
SCE 2019-08-09
Ibaraki National Institute of Advanced Industrial Science and Technology Study of SFQ microwave switch with controllable amplitude for quantum bits
Shiori Michibayashi, Naoki Takeuchi, Yuki Yamanashi, Nobuyuki Yoshikawa (Yokohama Nat. Univ.) SCE2019-19
Qubits with Josephson Junctions are controlled by microwave pulses of suitable duration time and amplitude. Control of e... [more] SCE2019-19
SCE 2019-04-19
Tokyo   Demonstration of an SFQ/CMOS hybrid memory system using a one-instruction-set SFQ microprocessor
Yuki Hironaka, Yuki Yamanashi, Nobuyuki Yoshikawa (Yokohama National Univ.) SCE2019-2
SFQ/CMOS hybrid system, which is a hybridized system of SFQ circuits and CMOS memories, has been proposed as a large-sca... [more] SCE2019-2
SCE 2019-04-19
Tokyo   Implementation of Digital Filter for Digital SQUID with sub-Flux Quantum Feedback Resolution
Hiroaki Myoren, Ryo Matsunawa, Koki Itagaki, Itta Oshima, Yuichi Hasegawa, Masato Narue, Tohru Taino (Saitama Univ.) SCE2019-7
Digital SQUIDs with the single flux quantum (SFQ) feedback have attracted much attention because of the feasibility of r... [more] SCE2019-7
SCE 2019-01-23
Tokyo   Development of 30-GHz Datapath for Bit-Parallel, Gate-Level-Pipelined Rapid Single-Flux-Quantum Microprocessors
Ikki Nagaoka (Nagoya Univ), Yuki Hatanaka (Mitsubishi Elec), Yuichi Matsui (Nagoya Univ), Koki Ishida (Kyushu Univ), Masamitsu Tanaka, Kyosuke Sano, Taro Yamashita (Nagoya Univ), Takatsugu Ono, Koji Inoue (Kyushu Univ), Akira Fujimaki (Nagoya Univ) SCE2018-30
We have started development of high-throughput single-flux-quantum (SFQ) microprocessors with the aim of higher throughp... [more] SCE2018-30
SCE 2018-08-09
Aichi Toyohashi University of Technology Design of sub-Flux Quantum Feedback Digital SQUID Magnetometer with First-order Sinc Filter
Ryo Matsunawa, Kosuke Okabe, Masato Naruse, Tohru Taino, Hiroaki Myoren (Saitama Univ.) SCE2018-9
Digital SQUIDs with a wide dynamic range, which consists of a flux locked loop (FLL) with single flux quantum (SFQ) logi... [more] SCE2018-9
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