Good morning, in this edition of Archer’s Newsletter, we highlight the impressive work done by the quantum team to fabricate nanodevices on the path to qubit readout, and the sophisticated modelling performed to show our 12CQ chip qubit devices’ compatibility with industry semiconductor facilities.
Significant innovation is required to produce the nanodevices. The development of complex lithography patterning methods to produce control and readout electronics compatible with scaling in a semiconductor foundry is required for the integration Archer’s 12CQ chip into mobile platforms.
Archer has now successfully fabricated nanodevices that will allow probing of quantum behaviour in its qubit material that is of fundamental importance to the 12CQ chip technology operation and we have used sophisticated device modelling and simulations to determine which commercial foundries could address the Company’s future fabrication.
This work marks a significant a ramp up of development towards reaching Archer’s goal of on-chip qubit control and readout.
Dr Mohammad Choucair, FRACI FRSN GAICD
Chief Executive Officer
Archer Materials Limited (ASX: AXE)
Designed by Aaron Knight.