Natalia Carvalho

Natalia has completed her PhD with Professor Michael Tobar at the University of Western Australia.  

She worked on a tuneable microwave cavity able to accommodate a transmon qubit. Coupling microwave radiation to these transom devices was one of the goals of Natalia’s research as the turn ability provided by the cavity under development would enable researchers to manipulate and control such a system.

Her research proposed manipulating qubits in a tuneable cavity. She expected to develop a superconducting microwave cavity, whose resonance was able to tune over a range of at least 100 MHz at cryogenic temperatures.

Master of Astrophysis, Instituto Nacional de Pesquisas Espaciais, Brazil
BSc (Physis), Universidade Estadual de Campinas, Brazil

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