Rosario Marco Incandela

Rosario M. Incandela was born in Trapani, Italy in 1992. He received the B.Sc. in Electronics Engineering from Politecnico di Milano, Italy and the M.Sc (cum laude) in Microelectronics from Delft University of Technology, The Netherlands, in 2014 and 2016, respectively. In 2016, he started the Ph.D. in cryogenic electronics for quantum applications at Delft University of Technology.


1) Cryogenic Low-Noise Amplifier (LNA) for RF readout of spin qubits

2) IC Design of cryogenic circuits for spin-qubit readout

3) Cryogenic CMOS modelling 


My main research field is the design of integrated circuits for quantum computers. In particular, my focus is on the electronic readout of spin qubits and on modelling of CMOS technologies at cryogenic temperatures (Liquid Helium Temperature (LHT), 4 K). Spin qubits devices are placed at extremely low temperatures (~20 mK) and, in order to be read out, an incredibly low level of electronic noise is required. This level of noise can be reached only if electronics is placed at low temperature also. Furthermore, low-temperature electronics enables the implementation of a scalable quantum computer by reducing the huge amount of interconnections required nowadays between room-temperature bench top instrumentation and the quantum processor.



1. Cryo-CMOS circuits and systems for scalable quantum computing - E. Charbon, F. Sebastiano, M. Babaie, A. Vladimirescu, M. Shahmohammadi, R. Staszewski, H. Homulle, B. Patra, J.P.G. van Dijk, R.M. Incandela, L. Song, B. Valizadehpasha, ISSCC 2017

2. Cryo-CMOS Circuits and Systems for Quantum Computing Applications - B. Patra, R.M. Incandela, J.P.G. van Dijk, H. Homulle, L. Song, M. Shahmohammadi, R. B. Staszewski, A. Vladimirescu, M. Babaie, F. Sebastiano, E. Charbon, JSSC 2017


1. Cryo-CMOS for quantum computing - E. Charbon, F. Sebastiano, A. Vladimirescu, H. Homulle, S. Visser, L. Song, R.M. Incandela, IEDM 2016

Rosario Marco Incandela