HYPRES to present at the Applied Superconductivity Conference in Honolulu, Hawaii

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Elmsford, NY (October 23, 2022) — HYPRES, The Digital Superconductor Company™, announces it will present at the Applied Superconductivity Conference 2022 – ASC 2022 in Honolulu, Hawaii, USA. The technology event runs from October 23-28 and will feature sessions by global experts in applied superconductivity.

Dr. Ashish Shukla in collaboration with many HYPRES employees and with Prof. Mingoo Seok from Columbia University will be presenting on “60-GHz Single Flux Quantum Pulse Transfer Circuit for Serial Biasing” and “Serial Biasing Technique for Electronic Design Automation in RSFQ Circuits”. This work has been published on the front cover of the IEEE Transactions on Applied Superconductivity Issue 2022, Vol 32, No 9.

Mustapha M. Habib will be presenting on “Power Optimization of 50 GHz ERSFQ Circuits”. This presentation focuses on testing techniques and power optimization of ERSFQ circuits at very-high speeds in conjunction with the previous research done at HYPRES. Mr. Habib has been with HYPRES as a test engineer and has been involved in a variety of projects.

Sukanya S. Meher will be presenting efforts towards “50 GHz Operation of RSFQ Arithmetic Logic Unit Designed using the Advanced Design Flow and the Dual RSFQ/ERSFQ Cell Library”. Ms. Meher has been with HYPRES since 2017 after graduating with M.S. degree from Columbia University. She has been a key contributor to the IARPA SuperTools project.

HYPRES employees, Dr. Ashish Shukla, Sukanya S. Meher and Dr. Timur Filippov presenting Serial Biasing Technique for Electronic Design Automation in RSFQ Circuits.

Conference program details can be accessed via the link below

Program – ASC 2022 (appliedsuperconductivity.org)

The organizers of this year’s ASC conference are encouraging submissions from all areas of applied superconductivity specialization, as they have in prior years. Materials, Large Scale, and Electronics are the three subtopics of the simultaneous sessions, and there is a separate program committee for each.