Oscar Tenario Pearl


PostDoc at the Quantum Integration Technology Group of the Faculty of Engineering, Mathematics and Computer Science (EEMCS/EWI), Delft University of Technology.

Oscar was born in the city of Puebla (Mexico) in 1980. In 2005, he got his cum laude BSc. in Electrical Engineering at the Autonomous University of Puebla with an emphasis in the field of Optoelectronics, working on the optical diffraction analysis of fractal surfaces.

He then went to Stanford University in California (USA), to obtain a MSc. in Electrical Engineering in 2009, specializing in Solid State Materials and Devices. After this he got his Ph.D. degree in Engineering in 2014 from the University of Cambridge (UK), working on a project focused on the study of trapped charge in mesoscopic devices and their possible use in QIP applications.

He continued with these studies during his first postdoctoral experience at the Tokyo Institute of Technology in Tokyo (Japan), and now he has joined Dr. Ryoichi Ishihara’s group to work on the design of cryogenic electronic circuits for interconnects between classical control CMOS-based systems and quantum dot matrices.