Abdallah El Kass

I started my tertiary studies at the Lebanese University faculty of engineering Branch 1 (Tripoli) and graduated with a degree of electrical and electronics engineering and masters by research in 2014. I continued my postgraduate studies at the University of Sydney, Computing and Audio Research laboratory (CARlab) in collaboration with the Quantum Nanoscience Laboratory (QNL), and completed my PhD degree for the thesis "Milli-Kelvin Electronics at the Quantum-Classical Interface" in 2021. I am generally interested in cryogenic electronic readout interfaces to the quantum hardware. I have worked on the cryogenic characterization of SiGe bipolar transistors and its qubit readout potentials. I am also quite invested in designing, building and testing low-noise parametric amplifier circuits for sensing and readout purposes.

PhD (Electrical Engineering)
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Major funding support

Australian Research Council

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