Ki Fung kelvin foo
B.A.Sc. Engineering Physics (UBC)
Office Location: Kaiser Building, room 3085
Kelvin is a master student in the Department of Electrical and
Computer Engineering at the University
of British Columbia in Vancouver, Canada. He finished his
bachelor in the
Engineering Physics program at the University of British
Columbia in 2006. He has worked under the Condensed Matter Physics and
Devices group of the Low Temperature Physics Group at the University of Twente under the supervison of Dr. Hans Hilgenkamp
to perform research in superconducting electronics. Under the
supervision of Dr.
José R. Martí, he is currently developing a method to
estimate the voltage stability
condition of a system by local measurements.
His research interests are:
Fractional Flux Quanta
Thomas Ortlepp, Ariando Ariando, O. Mielke, C. J. M. Verwijs,
K. F. K. Foo, H. Rogalla, F. H. Uhlmann, and H. Hilgenkamp
Science 9 June 2006:
Vol. 312. no. 5779, pp. 1495 – 1497
RSFQ Circuitry Using Intrinsic $pi$-Phase Shifts
Ariando, Mielke, O. Verwijs, C. J.
M. Foo, K. F. K. Andreski, A.
Rogalla, H. Uhlmann, F. H. Hilgenkamp,
Applied Superconductivity, IEEE Transactions
June 2007:Volume: 17, Issue:
2, Part 1 page(s): 659-663
in superconducting electronics by use of intrinsic pi-phase shifts
Th. Ortlepp, K.F.K. Foo, C.J.M. Verwijs, Ariando, S. Karthikeyan, H.
Hilgenkamp, H. Rogalla
of half flux quanta in superconducting electronics
C.J.M. Verwijs, Ariando, A. Andreski, K.F.K. Foo, Th. Ortlepp, O.
Mielke, F.H. Uhlmann, H. Rogalla, H. Hilgenkamp