As a result of COVID-19 virus outbreak and subsequent travel limitations
imposed by many institutions we are postponing this workshop until further notice.

About the Workshop

The workshop on atomically precise fabrication of solid-state devices will run March 20-21, 2020, at the Erik Jonsson School of Engineering, The University of Texas at Dallas. The workshop will be preceded by a one-day tutorial workshop on quantum control, presented by Dr. Ian Petersen of Australian National University.

Among many implementations of quantum technology under investigation, there is a particular interest in solid-state quantum devices. These require fabrication processes with accuracy and resolution well beyond the capability of the commercial tools presently used in the semiconductor industry, or even the best available research tools ever reported in the scientific literature. This workshop brings together some of the pioneers in the field to discuss new results and emerging trends in solid-state quantum devices for which fabrication with atomic precision is a necessity.

This event will be preceded by the tutorial workshop, Introduction to Quantum Systems and Coherent Quantum Feedback Control on March 19, 2020 presented by Professor Ian Petersen.

Organizing Committee

Reza Moheimani

UT Dallas

John Randall

Zyvex Labs

Invited Speakers

Robert Butera

University of Maryland

Neil Curson

University College London

James Gimzewski


Evelyn Hu

Havard University

Sergey Kalinin

Oakridge National Lab

Joseph Lyding


Shashank Misra

Sandia National Lab

Reza Moheimani

UT Dallas

James H.G. Owen

Zyvex Labs

Ian Petersen

Australian National University

Richard Silver


Robert Wolkow

University of Alberta, Canada


A block of rooms has been reserved at a hotel close to the UTD campus. More details will be available when the registration opens.