Christian Krizan

  • Doctoral Student, Quantum Technology, Microtechnology and Nanoscience

Christian Križan is a doctoral student in quantum information processing at the Quantum Technology laboratory. His research focuses on superconducting quantum computing, with a specialisation in cryoelectronics, and its usage for setting and reading logical states in quantum processors with high numbers of qubits.

The goal is to develop electronic systems that holds up to actual scalability, which enables larger quantum computers for solving new kinds of mathematical problems. Problems that are in practice unsolvable using normal computers, for instance in medicine research, flight scheduling, cryptography and more.

As of 2019, Christian Križan is also contributing to the research program WACQT and the EU project OpenSuperQ. He has been active in teaching and student supervision since 2020, for instance in signal processing and hardware design for FPGAs.