1) Toward energy-efficiency electronics: big societal challenges, state-of-the-art and possible role of superconducting (SC) electronics


2) Basic aspects of electronics with only superconducting materials:

(i) digital SC electronics

(ii) analog SC electronics

(iii) SC memories


3) Interfacing superconductivity with other functional degrees of freedom:

i) superconducting spintronics

ii) spin control through light: fundamentals, devices and perspectives towards the integration with superconductivity

iii) semiconductor-superconductor hybrids. Unconventional superconductivity and quantum

topological order. Concepts, materials and devices toward a quantum topological computation.

iv) ferroelectricity and superconductivity: hybrid solutions

v) coherent superconducting caloritronics


4) Superconducting fast interconnections down to low dimensional nanostructures, nanowires, two-dimensional one-layer materials

([e.g. graphene, silicene, etc.]):

i) low dimensional SC electronics for fast interconnections

ii) interconnection from the SC to the non-SC world: open questions



Methodologies for the design of nanostructures based on advanced materials