Join us for a collaborative webinar from FormFactor and Tabor Electronics on Wednesday, May 22 and May 23 – How to Build a Quantum Computer.

Quantum computing is reaching an inflection point. Once a technology developed and operated in experimental labs, is now being manufactured by large-scale industrial companies. The commercialization of superconducting quantum processing units (QPUs), FPGA-based microwave synthesis electronics, and ultra-low-temperature refrigerators, has resulted in the realization of a commercial-off-the-shelf, full-stack quantum systems. Such full-stack systems can be operated with ease by the end-user and enable rapid testing and characterization of qubit systems, significantly reducing the cost and time involved in such measurements and allowing for further advancements in quantum computing technology.

In this Webinar, we show the results of an industry collaboration between Tabor Electronics and FormFactor, Inc. using the QuantWare 5-qubit QPU. We detail the system architecture and show the results of qubit characterization. The 5-qubit QuantWare Soprano QPU is installed in an LF-600 dilution refrigerator provided by FormFactor, Inc with measurement and control performed using the Tabor Proteus P9484M-AWT PXI platform and Tabor’s Qubit Characterization software.

Asia Event- May 22, 6pm PT – Register Here

US/EU Event- May 23, 8am PT – Register Here

A little bit about our speakers…

Joe Yeager, Quantum Applications Specialist, FormFactor

Joe Yeager has worked as a quantum and cryogenics application specialist at FormFactor for 2 years. He uses his 20 years of experience in cryogenics and low temperature physics to provide expert support for the company’s cryogenic test and measurement solutions. He holds a PhD from Kent State University and worked as a postdoc at NASA Goddard Space Flight Center. Along with his deep technical knowledge, Joe’s experience extends to account and product management with sales and marketing roles at Lakeshore Cryotronics, Oxford Instruments, and Agilent Technologies.

Xiaoyue Jin – Chief Quantum Scientist, Tabor Electronics

Xiaoyue Jin is a skilled experimental physicist with expertise in quantum control and operations, particularly in the development and optimization of two-qubit gates between superconducting qubits. He holds a Master of Science degree from Peking University and a Dr. rer. nat. degree from Erlangen University, Germany, graduating with summa cum laude. He later moved to the US and worked as a postdoctoral associate at Massachusetts Institute of Technology. Jin joined National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST) Boulder, Colorado in 2015, and works first as a Physicist, and later as a Guest Researcher until now. Jin currently also serves as the Chief Quantum Scientist at Tabor Electronics, an Israel-based electronics company focusing on FPGA-based DDS systems as a quantum solution.

Mark Elo – Chief Marketing Officer, Tabor Electronics

Mark Elo joined Tabor Electronics Ltd. in 2019 as the US National Sales Manager for Tabor Electronics. In July 2020, he was named VP and GM for the Americas, and in April 2022, he became Tabor’s CMO (Chief Marketing Officer).

Mark has over 30 years of cross-functional test and measurement experience in instrumentation. He began his career as a design engineer in Hewlett-Packard’s Microwave Division and has since held various senior positions at Agilent Technologies, Anritsu, Gigatronics Tektronix, and Keithley Instruments in R&D, sales, marketing, and business development.

He holds an Honors degree in Solid State Electronics and an MBA.

Hope to see you at the Webinar.