Nonvolatile and Cryogenic-compatible Quantum Memory Devices (QuMEM)
Space and Naval Warfare Systems Center Pacific San Diego United States
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This technical report presents the progress of the Space and Naval Warfare Systems Center Pacific SSC Pacific Nonvolatile and Cryogenic-Compatible Quantum Memory Devices QuMEM research project supported by the Navys Science and Technology S and T In-house Laboratory Independent for Research ILIR Program. This report provides background information, motivation, technical progress, and technology transition efforts conducted throughout Fiscal Year FY 2014.The primary objective of the QuMEM project is to design and implement novel concepts, designs for solid-state, cryogenic compatible quantum memory device chips where writing, reading, and erasing operations perform using fast psec, low-voltage mV electrical pulses generated by on-chip computational devices. Here, quantum states are generated, tuned, and stored for computation. We increase the understanding of the memory storage process by characterizing the chargingdischarging process, retention time, and endurance and how it correlates with design-driven theoretical calculations.