Scalable, Tuneable Josephson Junctions and SQUIDs based on CVD Graphene

Tianyi Li

University College London

Tianyi Li is a PhD student in University College London and National Physical Laboratory. He got his BSc and MSc degrees in Tsinghua University in 2011 and 2014, respectively. His research interests include superconducting electronics, superconductor hybrid structures and nanotechnology.


IntroductionSince the carrier density and resistivity of graphene are heavily dependent on the Fermi level, Josephson junctions with graphene as the weak link (SGS junctions) can have their I-V properties easily tuned by the... [ view full abstract ]


  1. Tianyi Li (University College London)
  2. John Gallop (National Physical Laboratory)
  3. Ling Hao (National Physical Laboratory)
  4. Edward Romans (University College London)

Topic Areas

Quantum sensors and quantum metrology , Superconducting circuits , Solid states and hybrid systems


OS1b-R235A » Superconducting circuits (16:40 - Wednesday, 5th September, Room 235A)

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