The Advanced Technology mission supports national security by identifying new phenomenology that can be exploited in novel system applications and by then developing revolutionary advances in subsystem and component technologies that enable key, new system capabilities. These goals are accomplished by a community of dedicated employees with deep technical expertise, collectively knowledgeable across a wide range of relevant disciplines and working in unique, world-class facilities. This highly multidisciplinary work leverages solid-state electronic and electro-optical technologies, innovative chemistry, materials science, advanced radio-frequency (RF) technology, and quantum information science.

 Jonilyn Yoder prepares a 200-millimeter-diameter silicon wafer patterned with superconducting single-flux-quantum circuits for automated evaluation of more than 25,000 room-temperature test structures.


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