The recently published publication GaAs quantum dots under quasiuniaxial stress: Experiment and theory has been partially funded by the joint research project SEQUME.
The next Progress meeting (M27) will take place on Monday September 4th and Tuesday 5th, 2023
Location: Aalto (1st day) and Metrosert (2nd day)
Details will follow.
TES calc is a free access online calculator that allows you to predict the behavior of your Transition-Edge Sensors exploiting most of the established theory in this field. The program gives you freedom in the selection of materials, geometries, models and other inputs. This allows you to better fit your device and conditions. The outputs involve all the main characteristics and a great number of graphs in a single simulation. You can find it at tes.inrim.it. Try it now.
The link to a youtube video explaining how to use the software:
This work was supported by PTOMELY (https://ptolemy.lngs.infn.it/) and the Joint Research Project SEQUME (20FUN05): https://sequme.cmi.cz/. This project received funding from the European Metrology programme for Innovation and Research (EMPIR) co-financed by the Participating States and from the European Union’s Horizon 2022 research and innovation programme. .
The next SEQUME project meeting (M18) will take place at PTB in Braunschweig (Germany):
November, 23rd “Afternoon” (13:00 – 18:00)
November 24th “All Day” Day 2 (9:00 – 18:00)
Please safe the date, more information will follow.
The M9 project meeting took place online on February 8 – 9 2022.