International Superconductive Electronics Conference, ISEC 2019
Program Chair and ECE Professor Shane Cybart created a technical program focusing on the latest innovations, trends, and ideas in superconductive electronics. The conference covers rapidly developing areas such as Quantum Computing, SQUIDs and SQUIDarray circuits and systems, energy-efficient mixed signal circuits, digital and memory circuits, detectors, novel superconducting devices, and other new topical research results. The University of California, Riverside organized a two-day Summer School on the fundamentals of superconductive electronics and its applications immediately preceding ISEC. ISEC, first held in 1987 in Tokyo, Japan, is the leading biennial meeting focusing on superconductive electronics.