Dr Kaveh Delfanazari
- Lecturer in Glasgow College UESTC (Electronic & Nanoscale Engineering) (Electronic & Nanoscale Engineering)
Electronics and Nanoscale Engineering (ENE) Division, School of Engineering, University of Glasgow, Glasgow, G12 8QQ UK
About the Principal Investigator:
Kaveh Delfanazari is Assistant Professor (University Lecturer) of Electronic and Nanoscale Engineering, at the James Watt School of Engineering, University of Glasgow, UK, Senior Research Scientist at the University of Cambridge, UK, Researcher Co-Investigator of the EPSRC programme on 'Multiplexed Quantum Integrated Circuits (MQIC)', Senior Member of IEEE, member of the 'Scottish Centre for Innovation in Quantum Computing and Simulation (SCIQCS)', and A/Fellow of the Higher Education Academy, UK.
Kaveh has held positions as Research Associate in quantum devices and circuits at the University of Cambridge, UK, Research Fellow, and Project Leader in superconducting and quantum metamaterials, at the University of Southampton, UK. Kaveh investigated integrated superconducting terahertz (THz) emitters and antennas- based on the Josephson effect- during his PhD work at the University of Tsukuba, Japan. His research works in Japan led him to receive Dean’s Award for Excellence in the PhD thesis, the Japanese government scholarship, several travel grants, and international best paper and presentation awards.
Dr. Delfanazari's research interests lie in the area of:
- Hybrid and Topological Quantum Processing/Computing,
- Quantum Nanoelectronics and Josephson Junctions,
- Photonic Metamaterials and Plasmonics,
- Terahertz Science and Technology,
- On-chip Quantum Communication.
Dr. Delfanazari's research group aims at developing on-chip quantum light sources, RF/microwave/mm-waves/THz electronic/photonic integrated circuits, and robust quantum chips based on (hybrid) novel quantum materials for applications in secure communication systems and decoherence-free (topological) quantum processing and computing.
- D. Pitsun, et. al. Cross coupling of a solid-state qubit to an input signal due to multiplexed dispersive readout, Physical Review Applied (2020).
- K. Delfanazari, et. al. Experimental evidence for topological phases in the magnetoconductance of 2DEG-based hybrid junctions, arXiv:2007.02057 (2020).
- L. Serra and K. Delfanazari, Evidence for Majorana phases in the magnetoconductance of topological junctions based on two-dimensional electron gases, Physical Review B 101, 115409 (2020).
- K. Delfanazari, et. al. Integrated, portable, tunable, and coherent terahertz sources and sensitive detectors based on layered superconductors, Proceedings of the IEEE, DOI: 10.1109/JPROC.2019.2958810 (2020).
- K. Delfanazari, et. al. Scalable Quantum Integrated Circuits on Superconducting Two-Dimensional Electron Gas Platform, JoVE 150, e57818 (2019).
- K. Delfanazari, et. al. On-chip hybrid superconducting-semiconducting quantum circuit, IEEE Transactions on Applied Superconductivity 28 (4), 1-4 (2018).
- K. Delfanazari, et. al. On-Chip Andreev Devices: hard Superconducting Gap and Quantum Transport in Ballistic Nb-In0.75Ga0.25As quantum well-Nb Josephson junctions, Advanced Materials 29 (37), 1701836 (2017).
- S. Kalhor et. al. and K. Delfanazari, Thermal tuning of high-Tc superconducting Bi2Sr2CaCu2O8+δ terahertz metamaterial, IEEE Photonics Journal 9 (5), 1400308 (2017).
- K. Delfanazari, et. al. Optical Superconducting Plasmonic Metamaterial, Advanced Electromagnetic Materials in Microwaves and Optics (2015).
- K. Delfanazari, et. al. Effect of Bias Electrode Position on Terahertz Radiation From Pentagonal Mesas of Superconducting Bi2Sr2CaCu2O8+δ, IEEE Transactions on Terahertz Science and Technology 5 (3), 505-511 (2015).
- K. Delfanazari, et. al. Terahertz Oscillating Devices Based Upon the Intrinsic Josephson Junctions in a High-Temperature Superconductor, Journal of Infrared, Millimeter, and Terahertz Waves, 35 (1), 131-146 (2014).
- K. Delfanazari, et. al. Tunable terahertz emission from the intrinsic Josephson junctions in acute isosceles triangular Bi2Sr2 CaCu2O8+δ mesas, Optics Express 21 (2), 2171-2184 (2013).
Selected recent presentations
- (Invited Lecture) Hybrid electronic and photonic quantum devices based on two-dimensional materials, IMD, UCL, UK.
- (Invited Lecture) Institute for Cross-Disciplinary Physics and Complex Systems (IFISC), May 27 (2020), Spain.
- (Invited Oral) Moscow International Symposium on Magnetism (MISM), June 27 - July 2 (2020), Moscow, Russia.
- (Invited Oral) Addressable quantum circuits with arrays of Josephson field-effect transistors, 14th European Conference on Applied Superconductivity, 1st-5th September 2019, SEC, Glasgow, UK.
- (Invited Lecture) Josephson devices and circuits based on superconducting two-dimensional electron gas platform, Josephson-plasma Workshop,18 –21 January 2019, Orlando, FL, USA.
- (Invited Oral) Quantum integrated circuits based on two-dimensional electron gas platform, 2nd International Conference on Room Temperature Superconductors (RTS), 11 December 2018, Tsukuba, Japan.
-Available PhD projects (students worldwide) in Delfanazari group:
- On-chip investigation of topological superconductivity in hybrid quantum circuits: towards Majorana qubits for topological quantum computing: apply.
- Novel hybrid photonic integrated circuits and devices for next-generation on-chip communication and quantum computation: apply.
-Dr. Delfanazari is accepting applications for BEng/MEng/MSc/PhD student projects. Please feel free to get in touch if you are a talented and motivated student- with a strong background in quantum engineering, electronics/telecommunication engineering, applied physics, photonics, nanoscience, or related fields- and interested in joining my research group.
-If you are a PhD, Postdoc, or Researcher with interests in the area of hybrid and superconducting electronic/photonic quantum technologies, and/or would like to discuss a project or interested in joining my research group, please feel free to email me (with your CV attached) to discuss the opportunities.
If you would like to learn about the latest advances in quantum THz electronic devices based on layered superconductors, please register for the workshop on Superconducting Terahertz Device 2020 (STD20), to be held as a satellite workshop of the 5th International Conference on UK-China Emerging Technologies (UCET), between 20-21 August 2020, at the University of Glasgow, UK. The STD20 program file can be found here.