Is the founder and CEO of NanoJunctions LLC. With a Ph.D. in experimental condensed matter physics, he has extended experience fabricating and testing superconducting devices. Dr. Gomez is co-inventor of a new type of Josephson weak link obtained by depositing a nano-magnet on top of a High-Temperature-Superconducting microbridge.
The superconducting state can be weakened by depositing metals in clean contact to the surface of the superconductor. The careful selection of the metal to deposit in relation of the superconductor can weaken superconductivity in a greater or laser degree. We are investigating this technology to create useful superconducting devices such as Josephson weak links.
Currently, we are conducting research and fabricating devices at
the Center for Functional Nanomaterials (CFN).
Technologies we are investigating include; Resistive Type Superconducting Fault Current Limiters (RSFCL), Superconducting Switches, Superconducting AC Inverters, Josephson weak links to use in electromagnetic wave Generators, Detectors, Superconducting Quantum Interference Device (SQUID), Superconducting Flux Quantum (SFQ) circuits, and Superconducting Flux Quantum bits or Qubits.