WOLTE-15 15th edition of the Workshop on Low Temperature Electronics

Metera, Italy,
6 - 9 June 2022

The 15th edition of the Workshop on Low Temperature Electronics (WOLTE-15) will be held in Matera, Italy.
The recent progress in cryogenics technologies, along with the increasing interest in space-based communication, gives a new light to low temperature electronics. The increasing interest in quantum technologies and nanodevices, most of which need low temperatures, are envisaged as the traditional area of interest of the WOLTE community.

This workshop series has a consistent policy of holding no parallel sessions. Therefore, its program is comprised of single technical sessions. This gives a unique opportunity to stimulate discussions among all the participants traditionally coming from a variety of semiconductor and superconductor-related research fields.

Following its tradition of receptiveness to the emerging research field, the 15th edition of WOLTE, along with the traditional semiconducting and superconducting low temperature electronics, will include new topics on quantum technologies.

Industrial and technological applications will receive particular attention in a dedicated and attractive exhibition area.


Low temperature electronics and magnetic devices

Low temperature detectors and readouts

Hybrids and integrated systems based on low temperature devices for electronic applications

Integration of low-temperature electronics with photonic or spin-based quantum systems

Advances in cryogenic cooling systems for electronics

Innovative cryo packaging and cooling for quantum computers at scale

Technologies to support design of large scale quantum systems

Educational support for quantum technologies

Low temperature electronics in space applications

New trends in memory devices and neuromorphic computing at low temperatures

For more information please contact Adrianna Correa acorrea@conferencecatalysts.com and see website: https://ieeecsc.org/event/15th-edition-workshop-low-temperature-electronics

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