Utilization of the Flexible Josephson Toroidal Junctions for Self- Powering 150K Super lattice Bits Having Non-volatile Memory Storage in One Device Assembly at Room Temperature

E.T. Chen, J.T. Thornton, S-H. Duh, P.T. Kissinger
Advanced Biomimetic Sensors, Inc.,
United States

Keywords: flexible toroidal Josephson junction (FTJJ), superlattice bits (Sulbit), nanostructured biomimetic matrix metalloproteinase-2 (MMP-2) superlattice membrane, direct electron-relay (DER) vortices arrays, superconductive quantum computing and energy storage, non-volatile memory and self-powering


We report a self-powered multiple flexible Josephson junction-based toroidal (FJJT) array superconductive/mem-element super lattice bit (Sulbit) device for quantum computing with non-volatile memory and non-dissipation energy storage in room temperature in one device assembly developed. The device comprises of multiple layer organo-metallic cross-linked polymers having various superlattice structures, which works under normal pressure without an applied external magnetic field based on an electron – relay in the membranes that initiated and promoted Cooper pairs coherently transmitting waves in changing phases within and across the FJJT barriers at zero-bias: when the quantum conductance is higher than zero Siemens at zero bias, the Sulbit state is “1”, and when the quantum conductance is zero Siemens, the Sulbit’s state is “0” based on the superconducting and the mem-element reversible circuit loops. The device comprises of 150-200k Sulbits and it operates in femto joule range having the non-volatile memory of past electromagnetic event. Other applications used for energy storage and supply in industry routine usage also disclosed. Our accomplishments are based on our prior works: Using a Rigid Biomimetic Supercapacitor to Mimic Electric Eel Fish’s Reversible Membrane Potential And Multiple Organ Discharge (Cleantech (2), 202-205, 2012); “Flexible And Turnable Biomimetic Pyruvate Dehydrogenase Complex (PDC) Supercapacitors (Cleantech (3), 356-359, 2013). Organic Nanobiomimetic Memristive/Memcapacitive Devices Ultrasensitive Direct Detect Matrix Matelloproteinase-2 in Human Serum, Biotech, Biomaterials and Biomedical, TechConnect Briefs, pp 271-274, 2017. Nanobiomimetic Structured Superconductive/Memristive Organo-Metal Devices at Room Temperature Serve as Amperometric Sensors for sub fg/mL Collagen-1, TechConnect Briefs in Biotech, Biomaterials and Biomedical, pp 107-110, 2018. Partially listed patents: Apparatus and Methods for Making High Performance Fuel Cell, US 8,632,925, 2014; Nanopore array structured devices for biosensing and energy storage, US 8,641,876, 2014. Nanobiomimetic Supercapacitors with High Rate High Energy Storage, US 9,443,665, 2016. Nanostructured Organic Memristor/Memcapacitor Of Making With Building-In Low-To-High Frequency Switch And A Method Of Inducing An Electromagnetic Field Thereto,US 9,793,503, 2017. The accomplishments are: 1) revolutionarily designed and fabricated a unique superconductive/mem-element device led the Cooper pairs crossing 133 m sickness barrier at the flexible Josephson junction at room temperature, which is the best record; 2). Under normal pressure without an applied external magnetic field, that was based on an electron – relay in the membranes which promoted Cooper pairs transmitting waves with changing phases; 3). The device comprises of 150k Sulbits and it operates in femto joule range at 50 pA and has non-volatile memory of past electromagnetic event; 4). Switches at multiple-states at zero bias were demonstrated; 5). The self-powered long lasting charge/discharge energy storage device has no significant energy dissipation at the low frequency 0.25Hz for 9999 cycles and 22.22 hrs, it stores energy 1.53 MJ/cm2 or 425 Whr/cm2 at 20V voltage; 6). At high Josephson frequency, it consumed 57.6 fWhr energy with 24 hours continuing self-powered operations in the 150k Sulbits.