Master degree courses

Coordinated study programs on Quantum Technologies

The Masters Degrees in Physics, Material Science and Computer Science offer study programs focused on Quantum Technologies. 

Dedicated courses were activated starting from AA 2021-22. More courses will be activated in the upcoming academic years (AA).

Theory of Quantum Information and Quantum Computing
syllabus (active since AA 2021-22)

Applied Quantum Technologies
syllabus  (active since AA 2021-22)

Quantum Materials
syllabus (active since AA 2021-22)

Laboratory of Solid State and Quantum Technologies I / II
syllabus (active since AA 2021-22)

Master in Material Science

Quantum Materials
syllabus (active since AA 2021-22)

Quantum Electronics
syllabus (starting in AA 2022-23)

Quantum Material Synthesis
syllabus (starting in AA 2022-23)

Master in Computer Science

Unconventional and Quantum Computing
syllabus (starting in AA 2022-23)


Superconducting Devices for Quantum Technologies

Bachelor and Master degree in Physics

photon detectors

DARTWARS - Design, fabrication and low temperature testing of Traveling Wave Parametric Amplifiers (TWPA) for superconducting qubits and detectors readout. 

SQMS - Qubit analog and digital readout electronics development.
Simulation and study of environmental radioactivity effects on superconducting qubits coherence.

Single photon detectors - Design and low temperature testing of single photon superconducting detectors with particle number resolution.

QUB-IT  - Design, fabrication and low temperature testing of transmon qubits for astroparticle physics application.

All activities are in collaboration with Istituto Nazionale di Fisica Nucleare (INFN), Fondazione Bruno Kessler (FBK, Trento) and
Istituto Nazionale di Ricerca Metrologica (INRiM, Torino). 

Quantum computing

Bachelor and Master degree in Physics and in Computer Science

Machine Learning for Qubit Design

Projected quantum kernel as a prediction for quantum advantage in machine learning

Classification with Hybrid Quantum-Classical Neural Network

Impact of data encoding strategy of quantum classifier

Materials for Quantum Technologies 

Master degree in Physics and in Materials Science

Single Photon Emitters for Telecom Applications

Quantum Dot Infrared Photodectors for Earth Observation

Quantum Dot enhanced cathalithic activity of InGaN surfaces 

Improved Red LEDs by Electronic Quantum State Control   

Bachelor degree in Physics and in Materials Science

Droplet Epitaxy for Quantum Photonic Applications

Growth of Nitrides Quantum Nanostructures

Optical spectroscopy lab

Master degree in Physics and Materials Science

Study of the Spin-Photogalvanic effects in Topological insulators and Rashba semiconductors

Study of spin-to-charge interconversion mechanisms in Ge based nanowires for quantum interconnects

PhD thesis

Four PhD grants on Quantum Computing and Quantum Science and Technology are available for the 39th cycle of the PhD programme in Physics and Astronomy at University of Milano-Bicocca thanks to the new National Centre for HPC, Big Data and Quantum Computing and NQSTI - National Institute for Quantum Science and Technology to which BiQuTe is affiliated.

The proposed projects are:

Quantum-inspired image scanning microscopy for biophysical applications (1 scholarship)
Integration of superconducting quantum devices for astroparticle physics and other applications (2 scholarships)
Development of a complete quantum computing platform based on superconducting circuits (1 scholarship)

Superconducting device development will be hosted by the Cryogenic Laboratory.

For more details here.

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