Jun 22 – 24, 2016
University of Milano-Bicocca
Europe/Rome timezone

In the last decade the interest in superconductive microresonator detectors has increased thanks to their broad spectrum of possible applications. Currently arrays of these detectors are being developed together with frequency multiplexed readouts and ultra-low noise parametric amplifiers for different applications such as photon and dark-matter detection, neutrino and double-beta decay experiments, quantum information and homeland security applications. The workshop will be dedicated to superconductive microresonators detectors and related topics, with the purpose of exchanging knowledge, new ideas, to present recent advancements and improvements, and to discuss their applications.

The workshop will be divided in the following sections:

  1. Physical effects in superconductive microresonators;
  2. Materials and Fabrication;
  3. MKIDs for optical, infrared, and millimeter wave telescopes;
  4. MKIDs for other applications;
  5. Electronics and multiplexed readout;

The workshop agenda is now available.

The poster of WPASM5 workshop can be downloaded here.

 Scientific Committee

Andrea Giachero INFN Milano-Bicocca
 Angelo Nucciotti University and INFN Milano-Bicocca
 Angiola Orlando INFN Genova
 Marco Vignati INFN Roma1

Local Organizer Committee (LOC)

Elena Ferri INFN Milano-Bicocca
Andrea Giachero INFN Milano-Bicocca
 Angelo Nucciotti University and INFN Milano-Bicocca

Workshop Secretariat

 Marco Faverzani University and INFN Milano-Bicocca
 Andrei Puiu University and INFN Milano-Bicocca

University of Milano-Bicocca
Piazza della Scienza, 4 20126 - Milano