Quantum Circuits Laboratory for Metrology

A cryogenic system that does not require the use of disposable liquid helium and allows continuous experimental operation is installed inside the laboratory equipped with a shielded room. The instrument, based on the principle of dilution between helium isotopes, hosts cryogenic experiments in an environment characterized by T <15 mK, B = 9 T and signal frequencies between DC and 20 GHz.

The metrological applications of the laboratory range from the implementation of platforms for the manipulation of single electrons with an interest in ampere metrology, quantum microwave photonics and experiments for the realization of the electrical impedance unit using the quantum Hall effect.