Jonathan Baugh's research seeks to develop physical devices that will enable quantum information processing (QIP).
His experimental program focuses on electron and nuclear spin qubits, especially their realization in semiconductor nanostructures, and the development of quantum control techniques.
David Cory is a physical chemist working to develop quantum devices for sensing and computation. Earlier sensors have found applications in fields as varied as cancer diagnostics, materials processing for tires, improved sensitivity for oil exploration, and a sensor for dark matter searches. Two startups recently spun out of the lab develop quantum sensors with medical, biochemical and materials applications.
He held the Canada Excellence Research Chair in Quantum Information Processing and is currently the principal investigator for the Canada First Research Excellence Fund in Transformative Quantum Technologies.
Wei Tsen's research focuses on the study of low-dimensional materials that exhibit exotic quantum phenomena, and their integration into novel electronic devices.