Low-Temperature Superconductor Technology and Applications at JPL's Micro-devices Laboratory

Rick LeDuc, JPL

Over the last 20 plus years the low-temperature superconductivity group at the Jet Propulsion Laboratory has been developing superconducting materials and devices – primarily for astrophysical sensor applications of interest to JPL/NASA. Throughout that period our group has been application driven with strong collaborative efforts primarily within the JPL and Caltech community. In this talk I will present a brief overview of our current capabilities and technical directions.

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