Superconducting Nanoelectronics Momementum Group


The Superconducting Nanoelectronics Momentum Research group of the Budapest University of Technology explores and engineers hybrid nanocircuits. The main focus is combining low dimensional structures with superconductivity leading to novel phenomena like Cooper pair splitting, the apperance of topological states or to the development of exotic Josepshon junctions and novel semiconducting-superconducting qubit arcitectures. The main platforms for these studies are InAs nanowires and 2DEGs, but also 2D materials, like graphene are also important building blocks for these studies. We characterize these states using transport measurements down to the mK regime and in magnetic fields up to 17T.