Christian Dille After his studies in Physics with major in Photonics and Laser physics in Germany and Canada, Christian Dille worked for more than 10 years in photonics industry before he joined Rohde and Schwarz in 2019. Being responsible for the global market segment Research & Universities, he is now looking into key topics in science and technology to unveil new potentials for Rohde & Schwarz test and measurement solutions.
Dr. Stefan Weichselbaumer Stefan Weichselbaumer joined Rohde & Schwarz in 2020 as a software development engineer for spectrum analysis. Stefan studied physics at TU Munich. He received his PhD from TU Munich for his work at the Walther-Meißner-Institut, where he investigated hybrid quantum systems consisting of electronic spin ensembles and superconducting circuits.
Dr. Philipp Kurpiers Philipp Kurpiers joined Rohde & Schwarz in 2020 as a hardware development engineer for signal generation. Philipp studied physics at LMU Munich and ETH Zurich. He received his PhD from ETH Zurich in 2019 for investigating quantum networks with superconducting circuits.

Test & Measurement in Quantum Computing

In partnership with Rohde & Schwarz

Webinar Overview

This webinar is intended for scientists and engineers who work on quantum computing components and systems.

Rohde & Schwarz will discuss test and measurement challenges and opportunities along the quantum computing (QC) system development and operation lifecycle. You will learn how solutions from Rohde & Schwarz and associated companies can help you with your applications. The webinar will cover spectroscopy of system components such as Qubits and test resonators. When it comes to system integration, we will examine functional tests of the QC control system as well as characterization of the amplifier chain and of the pulse sequence. Lastly, you will be introduced to tailored hard- and software solutions for quantum computing control systems to support a successful QC system ramp-up and operation.

Demonstrations of real life applications illustrate test and measurement in quantum computing made easy and reliable.

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