Dmitry Akhmetzyanov
519-888-4567 ext. 31257
Location: 
RAC2 2138

Supervisor: David Cory

Group(s): 
Postdoctoral Fellows
Taso Alkiviades
519-888-4567 x30219
Location: 
RAC 1103

As the RAC1 Lab Technologist, Taso is responsible for all equipment in the satellite cleanroom located in the RAC1 building.

His responsibilities include:

  • Installation and optimization
  • Preventative maintenance and repairs
  • Operator training
  • Administrative control point as site lead

Taso graduated from the Mechanical Engineering - Robotics and Automation program at Conestoga college. He has worked 8 years as an Environmental Systems Technologist at COMDEV, servicing space simulation systems, vibration test equipment and various thermal cycling systems. Taso has also worked as a Process Engineering Specialist at Aisin Canada overseeing two major assembly lines.

Group(s): 
Staff

Supervisor: Shai Ben-David

Group(s): 
Master's students; Students
Paul Anderson
519 888-4567 ext. 31087
Location: 
QNC 0209

Supervisor Michal Bajcsy

Group(s): 
PhD students; Students
Joan Étude Arrow
Location: 
QNC 0203

Supervisor: Jon Yard

Group(s): 
Master's students; Students
Yasar Atas
519-888-4567 ext. 39072
Location: 
QNC 4316

Supervisor: Christine Muschik

Group(s): 
Postdoctoral Fellows
Yosri Ayadi
519-888-4567 ext. 39041
Location: 
QNC 3112

Supervisor: Matteo Mariantoni

Group(s): 
Postdoctoral Fellows
Jeannie Bairos
519-888-4567 x37201
Location: 
QNC 3121

As Executive Assistant to the Director, Jeannie provides administrative support to the Director. She provides assistance with:

  • Admin support for Hiring Committee, IQC Board of Directors, Executive Committee, External Awards nominating Committee, Faculty meetings
  • Annual Faculty Reviews and IQC membership renewals
  • Director correspondence and administrative support for the Director’s research group
  • Maintaining records and copies of all IQC Memos of Understanding (MOUs)
  • General day-to-day management of the Director’s Office

Jeannie first started at the University of Waterloo in 2004 in the Faculty of Mathematics with the David R. Cheriton School of Computer Science and Department of Combinatorics and Optimization. She joined IQC in 2015 in her current role.

Group(s): 
Staff
Michal Bajcsy
519-888-4567, ext 39279
Location: 
QNC 4126

Admin Support:

Research Associates:

Postdoctoral fellows:

PhD students:

Master's students:

Group(s): 
Faculty
Photo of Bhashyam Balaji
Group(s): 
Associates
Emma Bartlett
519-888-4567 x31480
Location: 
QNC 1211

As the Data Analyst, Emma manages the Institute for Quantum Computing's (IQC) membership database, tracks space allocation and handles all membership and reporting data for both the Administrative and Communications and Strategic Initiatives teams.

Group(s): 
Staff
Jonathan Baugh
(519) 888-4567 ext. 37491
Location: 
RAC 2123

Admin Support: 

Research Assistant Professor:

Postdoctoral Fellow:

PhD students:

Master's student:

Graduate Research Assistant:

  • Andrew Jordan
Group(s): 
Faculty
Stefanie Beale
519-888-4567
Location: 
RA2 2004

Supervisor: Raymond Laflamme

Group(s): 
PhD students; Students
519-888-4567 ext. 39039
Location: 
QNC 0216

Supervisor Matteo Mariantoni 

Group(s): 
PhD students; Students
519 888 4567 ext. 53038
Location: 
QNC 2208, DC 1310
Group(s): 
Associates
Emma Bergeron
519-888-4567 ext. 30541
Location: 
RAC 1122

Supervisor Jonathan Baugh

Group(s): 
PhD students; Students
Divya Bharadwaj
519-888-4567 ext. 33350
Location: 
RAC2 2002

Supervisor: Michael Reimer

Group(s): 
Postdoctoral Fellows
Jacob Biamonte
Group(s): 
Affiliates

Supervisor: Kazi Rajibul Islam 

Group(s): 
Master's students; Students
Nina Bindel
519-888-4567 ext. 39072
Location: 
QNC 4316

Website: https://ninabindel.de/

Supervisor: Michele Mosca

Group(s): 
Postdoctoral Fellows
519-888-4567 x38857
Location: 
QNC 4123

All office related emails for Professor Christine Muschik should be sent to: muschik.office@uwaterloo.ca.

Erica Boland provides support to the following faculty members:

  • Christine Muschik
  • Michal Bajcsy
  • Matteo Mariantoni
  • Joel Wallman
  • Christopher Wilson
  • Kevin Resch (Research Grants)
Group(s): 
Staff
Group(s): 
Affiliates

Supervisor: Michele Mosca

Group(s): 
Postdoctoral Fellows
Kristine Boone
519-888-4567 ext. 39076
Location: 
RA2 2004

Supervisor Joseph Emerson

Group(s): 
PhD students; Students
Location: 
QNC B216

Supervisor John Watrous

Group(s): 
PhD students; Students
Brendan Bramman
519-888-4567 ext. 38782
Location: 
QNC B206

Supervisor Crystal Senko

Group(s): 
PhD students; Students
Agata Branczyk
Group(s): 
Affiliates
Location: 
RAC2
Group(s): 
Staff
Anne Broadbent

Anne Broadbent is an Associate Professor at the University of Ottawa in the Department of Mathematics and Statistics. 

Broadbent is interested in quantum cryptography, complexity and nonlocality; her current investigations involve quantum protocols for delegating private quantum computations as well as for performing secure quantum computations. 

Previously, Broadbent held an NSERC post-doctoral fellowship, at IQC. She completed both an M.Sc. and a Ph.D under the supervision of Gilles Brassard and Alain Tapp at the Université de Montréal. She holds a B.Math in Combinatorics and Optimization from the University of Waterloo.

Group(s): 
Affiliates
Raffi Budakian
519-888-4567 x31058
Location: 
RAC 1114

Admin Support:

Research Associate:

Postdoctoral Fellows:

PhD students:

Master's student:

Group(s): 
Faculty
Group(s): 
Affiliates
Harry Buhrman
Group(s): 
Scientific Advisors
Group(s): 
Master's students; Students
519-888-4567 ext. 31109
Location: 
QNC 0211

Supervisor Christopher Wilson

Group(s): 
PhD students; Students
Andrew Cameron
519-888-4567 ext. 39095
Location: 
QNC 3324

Supervisor Kevin Resch

Group(s): 
PhD students; Students
Group(s): 
Affiliates
Ningping Cao
519-888-4567 ext. 39025
Location: 
QNC 4101

Supervisor Raymond Laflamme

Group(s): 
Postdoctoral Fellows
Location: 
QNC

Supervisor: Christine Muschik

Group(s): 
Master's students; Students
C.M. Chandrashekar
Group(s): 
Affiliates
Fangchu Chen
519-888-4567 ext. 33341
Location: 
RAC 2122

Supervisors:

  • Guo-Xing Miao
  • Adam Wei Tsen
Group(s): 
Postdoctoral Fellows
Jiahui Chen
Location: 
RA2 2142

Supervisor David Cory

Group(s): 
PhD students; Students
Sandra Cheng
519-888-4567 ext. 39094
Location: 
QNC 3322

Supervisor: Kevin Resch

Group(s): 
Master's students; Students
Kyung Soo Choi
519-888-4567, ext 39320
Location: 
QNC 4313

Admin support:

Master's students:

Group(s): 
Faculty

Supervisor: David Gosset

Group(s): 
Postdoctoral Fellows

Supervisors:

  • Shohini Ghose
  • Robert Mann
Group(s): 
Master's students; Students

Supervisor: Crystal Senko

Group(s): 
Master's students; Students
Group(s): 
Affiliates
Sara Clark
519-888-4567 x30311
Location: 
RA2 1102

As the TQT Administrative Assistant Sara maintains the daily operations of the Transformative Quantum Technologies (TQT) program. She also assists the following faculty, as well as their students and postdoctoral fellows:

  • Guo-Xing Miao
  • Dmitry Pushin

Further accountabilities include:

  • General administrative support to RAC2 researchers and staff
  • All program orders: supplies and equipment
  • Receiving deliveries
  • Tracking lab equipment inventory
  • Completing all travel and reimbursement claims
  • Shipping via the Agile system
  • Overseeing maintenance and stock of RAC2 general areas
Richard Cleve
(519) 888-4567 ext. 37762
Location: 
QNC 3129

Admin Support:

Postdoctoral fellow:

PhD student:

Master's students:

Group(s): 
Faculty
Bill Coish
Group(s): 
Affiliates
Matt Cooper
(519) 888-4567 ext. 38607
Location: 
QNC B214

Matt provides information technology support services for the members of the Institute for Quantum Computing.

Group(s): 
Staff
Alexandre Cooper-Roy
Location: 
RAC2 1201

Supervisor: David Cory

Group(s): 
Research Associates
David Cory
(519) 888-4567 ext. 37307
Location: 
RA2 1118
Group(s): 
Faculty
Jason Crann
Group(s): 
Affiliates
Alex Currie
519-888-4567 ext. 33340
Location: 
RAC 2121

Supervisor: Jonathan Baugh

Group(s): 
Master's students; Students
519-888-4567 ext. 39028
Location: 
QNC 2203

Supervisor Adrian Lupascu 

Group(s): 
PhD students; Students
Padraig Daly

Supervisor Vern Paulsen

Group(s): 
PhD students; Students
Kosar Shirinzadeh Dastgiri
Location: 
RA2 2136

Supervisor: David Cory

Group(s): 
Master's students; Students
Jack Davis
519-888-4567 ext. 31994
Location: 
QNC 4102
Group(s): 
PhD students; Students
519-888-4567 ext. 39045
Location: 
QNC 3116

Supervisors:

  • Crystal Senko
  • Kazi Rajibul Islam
Group(s): 
Postdoctoral Fellows
Emma DeSousa
519-888-4567 x38150
Location: 
QNC B207
Group(s): 
Staff
Charmaine Dean
519-888-4567 ext. 84889
Location: 
EC5 3111
Group(s): 
Advisory Board; Executive Committee
Luca Dellantonio
519-888-4567 ext 39044
Location: 
QNC 3114

Supervisor: Christine Muschik

Group(s): 
Postdoctoral Fellows
Christine Dietrich
519-888-4567 x37531
Location: 
RAC 1102

Chris joined the Institute for Quantum Computing (IQC) in July 2014 as the IQC-RAC (Research Advancement Centre) receptionist, she previously worked in the Office of Advancement at the University of Waterloo for 27 years as a Gift Processing and Administrative Assistant.

As the IQC-RAC receptionist, Chris is the initial contact at IQC-RAC1 and RAC2. She handles general inquiries from external visitors and IQC members including:

  • Keys and fobs
  • RAC meeting room and seminar room calendars
  • Mailroom organization
  • Directory board maintenance
  • Contact information updates for IQC members
  • Parking
Group(s): 
Staff
John Donohue
519-888-4567 x38931
Location: 
QNC 1204

John is the Scientific Outreach Manager at the Institute for Quantum Computing (IQC). John’s roles and responsibilities include:

  • The Undergraduate School for Experimental Quantum Information Processing (USEQIP) and Quantum Cryptography School for Young Students (QCSYS)
  • Undergraduate Research Opportunity program
  • Group tours of IQC
  • Strategic and scientific communications
  • Educational outreach
  • Support with government and industry outreach
  • Scientific demonstrations

John’s main role is to take quantum information science out of the lab and off the whiteboard and bring it to audiences of all sizes and types, including:

  • The general public through lectures about quantum information science and engineering, the importance of curiosity driven research, and the history of quantum mechanics.
  • High school students through lectures and workshops on quantum information, quantum cryptography, and various quantum phenomena.
  • University students through technical lectures on quantum computing, photonics, and various other topics.

John obtained his PhD in Physics and Quantum Information from the University of Waterloo in 2016, specializing in quantum nonlinear optics, followed by postdoctoral research at Paderborn University in Germany. Before that, he studied for his BSc in Physics at the University of Windsor.

Group(s): 
Staff
Fay Dowker

PhD in Cambridge with Stephen Hawking Postdocs at Fermilab, University of California at Santa Barbara and CalTech. Lecturer at Queen Mary, University of London and now Reader in Theoretical Physics at Imperial College London.

Group(s): 
Affiliates
Dmytro Dubyna
519-888-4567 ext. 39047
Location: 
QNC 4323

Supervisor: Christopher Wilson

Group(s): 
Postdoctoral Fellows
Robert Dunlop

Robert retired from Industry Canada where he was the assistant deputy minister responsible for science and innovation. He held this position between 2009 and 2014, and before that he served at the assistant deputy minister level at Finance Canada where he co-managed the Economic Development and Corporate Finance Branch. Over his career, he has had responsibilities in a number of areas including program management, policy development and supporting ministers.

Robert is a native Montrealer where he studied economics and finance at McGill University. He now lives in Toronto.

Group(s): 
Advisory Board
Elijah Durso-Sabina
519-888-4567 ext. 33340

Supervisor: Crystal Senko

Group(s): 
Master's students; Students
Carolyn Earnest
519-888-4567 ext. 39016
Location: 
QNC 0208

Supervisor Matteo Mariantoni

Group(s): 
PhD students; Students
Huseyin Ekinci
519-888-4567 ext. 39035
Location: 
QNC 2211

Supervisor: Dmitry Pushin

Group(s): 
Postdoctoral Fellows
Joseph Emerson
(519) 888-4567 ext. 35424
Location: 
QNC 4312

Admin Support:

Postdoctoral fellows:

PhD students:

Master's students:

Group(s): 
Faculty
Lino Eugene
519-888-4567 x37788
Location: 
QNC 1611

As a Micro and Nanofabrication Process Specialist/Engineer, Lino is responsible for:

  • Recipe development
  • Technology integration
  • Process reviews & approvals
  • Equipment access reviews & approvals
  • Statistical process controls

Lino is available to help with:

  • Advice for building devices in the Quantum NanoFab
  • Advice on the feasibility of fabricating a device with Quantum NanoFab equipment
  • “Process flows” for building the device
  • Adaptations of an outside process to existing tools in the cleanroom
  • Hands-on training on equipment where he has particular expertise

Lino joined the institute for Quantum Computing in October 2016. He obtained PhD degrees in Electrical Engineering at Université de Sherbrooke in Quebec and in Integrated Electronic Devices at Institut National des Sciences Appliquées in Lyon, France. In 2011, he joined McGill University where he held the position of Process Engineer at the McGill Nanotools Microfab facility until 2016.

Group(s): 
Staff
Kathryn Fedy
519-888-4567 x39080
Location: 
QNC 1204
Group(s): 
Staff

Supervisor: Joel Wallman

Group(s): 
Postdoctoral Fellows
Cosimo Fiorenza

Cosimo Fiorenza, Vice-Chair, has played a major role in the development of the Quantum Valley in Waterloo Region. He is a founding member of the Perimeter Institute Board of Directors. In addition to his role as Vice-Chair of the Board, Mr. Fiorenza is a member of both the Finance Committee and the Investment Committee, and previously served as Co-Chair of the Perimeter Institute Leadership Council. He is also the Chair of the Board of Directors of Friends of Perimeter Institute and a member of the Board of Directors of AIMS-NEI Canada, one of Perimeter’s global outreach partners.

Mr. Fiorenza is the Vice-President and General Counsel of Quantum Valley Investments, where he has helped to establish numerous quantum technology start-up companies. He serves as a director and officer of several of these start-up companies, actively supporting them in a broad spectrum of matters including recruitment, financial matters, intellectual property, fundraising, and government relations.

Mr. Fiorenza also helped to establish the Institute for Quantum Computing at the University of Waterloo and remains an active member of the IQC Board of Directors and Finance Committee. In 2016, he helped establish Quantum Valley Ideas Lab, a charitable organization focused on applied quantum research and specifically the development of new quantum technologies that will be the basis for new products and new businesses in Canada. Mr. Fiorenza serves as Vice-Chair of Ideas Lab and is also a member of its Finance Committee and Investment Committee. Previously, he spent approximately 20 years with major Toronto law firms, advising some of Canada’s leading corporations and entrepreneurs on income tax and commercial matters, with a focus on technology and international structure. Mr. Fiorenza holds a degree in business administration from Lakehead University and a law degree from the University of Ottawa. He was called to the Bar in Ontario in 1991.

Group(s): 
Advisory Board
Tracey Forrest
519-888-4567 x38145
Location: 
RA2 3106
Group(s): 
Staff
David Fransen

David began his pursuit of the academic life in Winnipeg, where he received a Bachelor of Theology degree from Canadian Mennonite Bible College in 1974. From Winnipeg, he proceeded to the University of Waterloo, where he obtained an Honours BA (1976) and an MA (1977). David then moved to the University of Toronto, where he obtained his PhD in History in 1984 for his dissertation on the role of the first generation of university-trained mandarins in introducing reforms to Canada’s federal-provincial fiscal relations during the Depression and the Second World War.

In 1980, David, his wife, Barbara, and their two young children moved to Ottawa, so that he could conduct the research for his doctoral dissertation. Simultaneously, he began a career in the federal public service at the Department of Finance, moving from there to increasingly senior positions in a variety of departments. From 1988 until 1995, he worked at the Privy Council Office, where he provided policy advice related to such developments as the Green Plan in 1990, the drafting of the Canadian Environmental Assessment Act and the Canadian Environmental Protection Act, the creation of the Canadian Environmental Assessment Agency, and the creation of the Commissioner of the Environment and Sustainable Development.

In 1995, David moved to Industry Canada as the Director of Economic Framework Policies in the Strategic Policy Branch. From there, he moved on to become the Director General of the Office of Consumer Affairs in 1997.

In 1999, David became the Director General of the Centre for Healthy Human Development at Health Canada. In this capacity, he chaired committees and boards that were responsible for such initiatives as the creation of a Canadian cancer control strategy, a Canadian diabetes strategy, the web-based Canadian Health Network and variety of children’s and seniors’ health programs. In 2001, David returned to Industry Canada (IC) as Associate Assistant Deputy Minister in the Spectrum, Information Technologies and Telecommunication Sector, where he was responsible for revitalizing IC’s programs delivering Internet-based services to schools and communities. David became Assistant Deputy Minister of the Industry Sector in 2003, where he was primarily responsible for providing policy advice and delivering programs related to some of Canada’s key economic sectors, e.g., automotive, aerospace, life sciences, steel and forestry.

In August 2004, David became Assistant Deputy Minister (ADM) of Policy at Industry Canada, as well as the Director of Investment Canada. As ADM Policy, he chaired a wide variety of boards and committees, such as the Department’s ADM-level Senior Policy Committee, the federal government’s lead committee of Science ADMs, along with a variety of initiatives with external stakeholders, eg. the University Advisory Group (a Vice-President level committee from universities, the federal granting agencies and the private sector), and a joint initiative with the Canadian Federation of Independent Business, the Paper Burden Reduction Initiative. David was also a member of the founding Board of Governors of the Council of Canadian Academies, a member of the Board of Directors of the Standards Council of Canada, and the Secretary of the Minister’s Expert Panel on Commercialization.

In January 2006, David was pleased to return to Waterloo as the Executive Director of one of the most innovative research institutes in the world, the Institute for Quantum Computing, and as Associate Vice-President (Strategic Relations) at one of the most innovative universities in the world.

David recently retired from his position as the Consul General, Canadian Consulate General in Los Angeles.

Group(s): 
Advisory Board

Supervisor Rob Spekkens 

Group(s): 
PhD students; Students

Supervisor: Jan Kycia

Group(s): 
Master's students; Students
519-888-4567 ext. 39048
Location: 
QNC 3128

Supervisor: Crystal Senko

Group(s): 
Postdoctoral Fellows
Matthew Fries
519-888-4567 x38011
Location: 
QNC 1211

Matt joined the Institute for Quantum Computing (IQC) in 2011. He manages both the long- and short-term stays of people at IQC. He is available to assist members with coordination and questions regarding IQC visitors.

Before joining IQC, Matt worked with the Math Faculty Computing Facility at the University of Waterloo.

Group(s): 
Staff
Sayan Gangopadhyay
Location: 
PHY 208

Supervisors:

  • Shohini Ghose
  • Robert Mann
Group(s): 
Master's students; Students
Location: 
RAC 1118

Supervisor: Michael Reimer

Group(s): 
Master's students; Students
+1-519-729-2478
Location: 
RAC 1123

Supervisor Jonathan Baugh

Group(s): 
PhD students; Students
Vlad Gheorghiu
Group(s): 
Affiliates
Shohini Ghose
Location: 
QNC 4118
Group(s): 
Affiliates
Sandra Gibson
519-888-4567 ext. 37980
Location: 
QNC B208

As the Nanofabrication and Characterization Scientist, Sandra is responsible for providing technical support for the various characterization tools available in the Quantum NanoFab.

Her responsibilities include:

  • Lab member training and qualification on characterization tools
  • Tool troubleshooting and maintenance
  • Providing sample- and instrument-specific guidance to users

She is available to assist users in producing high quality images, obtaining spectroscopic data and accessing advanced instrument features.

Sandra joined the Quantum NanoFab in June 2018. She obtained her PhD degree in Engineering Physics at McMaster University in 2015 and then went on to complete an appointment as a Postdoctoral Fellow in Michael Reimer’s group in IQC. Her research focused on III-V nanowire-based devices and involved a broad range of fabrication and characterization techniques, including molecular beam epitaxy, transmission electron microscopy and cathodoluminescence spectroscopy.

Group(s): 
Staff
Mark Giesbrecht
519-888-4567 ext. 36582
Location: 
DC 1340
Group(s): 
Executive Committee
Paul Godin

Supervisor: Thomas Jennewein

Group(s): 
Staff
Group(s): 
Affiliates
Ian Goldberg

Ian Goldberg is a faculty member in the David R. Cheriton School of Computer Science. He is a member of the Cryptography, Security, and Privacy (CrySP) group, and of the Centre for Applied Cryptographic Research (CACR). His main research interests are in the areas of security and privacy, and specifically in creating useful security and privacy technologies to protect Internet transactions.

Group(s): 
Affiliates
Adina Goldberg

Supervisor Vern Paulsen

Group(s): 
PhD students; Students
Group(s): 
PhD students; Students
Location: 
QNC

Supervisor Matteo Mariantoni

Group(s): 
PhD students; Students
David Gosset
(519) 888-4567 ext. 49012
Location: 
QNC 3318

Admin Support:

Research Associate:

Postdoctoral fellows:

Master's students:

Group(s): 
Faculty
Daniel Gottesman
519-569-7600 ext. 8581

Daniel Gottesman is a Research Scientist at the Perimeter Institute in Waterloo, Ontario. He obtained his PhD at Caltech in 1997, followed by a postdoctoral fellowship at Los Alamos National Lab and Microsoft Research, after which he served in the University of California, Berkeley computer science department as a Long-Term CMI Prize Fellow with the Clay Mathematics Institute. He currently works on quantum computation (particularly quantum error correction and fault-tolerant quantum computation) and quantum cryptography. He developed the stabilizer code formalism for creating and describing a large class of quantum codes. He was also able to show that any stabilizer code could be used to perform fault-tolerant quantum computation. He was recently named to the Massachusett Institute for Technology (MIT) Technology Review's TR100: Top Young Innovators for 2003, and is a Canadian Institute for Advanced Knowledge (CIFAR) Scholar in the Quantum Information Processing program.

Group(s): 
Affiliates
Michael Grabowecky
519-888-4567 ext. 39076
Location: 
QNC 3322

Supervisor: Kevin Resch

Group(s): 
Master's students; Students
Group(s): 
Postdoctoral Fellows
Noah Greenberg
519-888-4567 ext. 38782
Location: 
QNC B206

Supervisor Crystal Senko

Group(s): 
PhD students; Students
Daniel Grier
519 888 4567 ext. 39041
Location: 
QNC 3112
Group(s): 
Postdoctoral Fellows
519-888-4567 ext. 38991
Location: 
RAC 2102

Supervisor: Na Young Kim

Group(s): 
Master's students; Students
Lane Gunderman
Location: 
RA2 2124

Supervisor David Cory

Group(s): 
PhD students; Students
Holger Haas
519-888-4567 ext. 33345
Location: 
RAC 2127

Supervisor: Raffi Budakian

Group(s): 
Postdoctoral Fellows
Roland Hablützel
519 888 4567 ext. 39045
Location: 
QNC 3116

Supervisor: Rajibul Islam

Group(s): 
Postdoctoral Fellows
Group(s): 
Affiliates
Lucien Hardy
519-569-7600 ext. 7521

Lucien Hardy received his PhD at Durham University in 1992 under the supervision of Professor Euan J Squires. He has held research and lecturing positions in various cities across Europe. While in Rome, Hardy collaborated on an experiment to demonstrate quantum teleportation. In 1992 he found a very simple proof of non-locality in quantum theory which has become known as Hardy’s theorem.

Group(s): 
Affiliates
Stephen Harrigan
Location: 
RAC 1123

Supervisor Jonathan Baugh

Group(s): 
PhD students; Students
Location: 
QNC 1208
Group(s): 
Staff
Stefan Heinemann
519-888-4567 x30265
Location: 
QNC 3113
Group(s): 
Staff
Melissa Henderson
Location: 
RA2 2002

Supervisor Dmitry Pushin

Group(s): 
PhD students; Students
Brendon Higgins
519-888-4567 ext. 39062
Location: 
QNC 4117

Supervisor: Thomas Jennewein

Group(s): 
Research Associates
Location: 
QNC 4127

Supervisor: Norbert Lütkenhaus

Group(s): 
Postdoctoral Fellows

Supervisor: Alan Jamison

Group(s): 
Master's students; Students
Greg Holloway
519-888-4567 x34692
Location: 
QNC B208

As the Electron Beam Lithography Scientist, Greg is responsible for overseeing the various lithographic processes available in the Quantum NanoFab.

His responsibilities include:

  • Process and recipe development
  • Equipment maintenance
  • Lab member guidance, training, and qualification on lithographic tools

He is available to help users improve their lithographic processes, or trouble-shoot fabrication issues.

Greg joined the Quantum NanoFabrication and Characterization Facility in September 2017. He received his PhD in Physics (Quantum Information) from the University of Waterloo in 2017. His graduate studies focused on spin-based quantum computing in semiconducting nanowires and quantum dots.

Group(s): 
Staff
Location: 
RAC

Supervisor: Na Young Kim

Group(s): 
Master's students; Students

Supervisor: Alan Jamison

Group(s): 
Master's students; Students
Rabiul Islam
Location: 
RA2 2114

Supervisor Guo-Xing Miao 

Group(s): 
PhD students; Students
Rajibul Islam
519-888-4567 x31995
Location: 
QNC 4109
Group(s): 
Faculty
Pavithran Sridharan Iyer
519-888-4567 ext. 38203
Location: 
RAC 2001

Supervisor: Joseph Emerson

Group(s): 
Postdoctoral Fellows
Sara Zafar Jafarzadeh
519-888-4567 ext. 39068
Location: 
QNC 4203

Supervisor: Michele Mosca

Group(s): 
Postdoctoral Fellows
Aditya Jain
519-888-4567
Location: 
RA2 2004

Supervisor Joseph Emerson 

Group(s): 
PhD students; Students
Alan Jamison headshot
519-888-4567 x39060
Location: 
QNC 4114

Admin Support:

Master's students:

Group(s): 
Faculty
Armin Jamshidpey
Location: 
QNC 3311

Supervisor: Michele Mosca

Group(s): 
Postdoctoral Fellows
Noah Janzen
519-888-4567 ext. 39036
Location: 
QNC 2212

Supervisor: Adrian Lupasçu

Group(s): 
Master's students; Students
Andrew Jena
519-888-4567 ext. 38782
Location: 
MC 5464

Supervisor Michele Mosca

Group(s): 
PhD students; Students
David Jepson

Supervisor: Michele Mosca

Group(s): 
Master's students; Students
Zhengfeng Ji
Group(s): 
Affiliates
Angus (Chi Hang) Kan
519-888-4567 ext. 39050
Location: 
QNC 3201

Supervisor Christine Muschik 

Group(s): 
PhD students; Students
Connor Kapahi
Location: 
RA2 2002

Supervisor Dmitry Pushin 

Group(s): 
PhD students; Students
Brad Van Kasteren
519-888-4567 ext. 30541
Location: 
RAC 1122
Group(s): 
PhD students; Students
Hemant Katiyar
519-888-4567 ext. 39070
Location: 
QNC 4314

Supervisor: Raymond Laflamme

Group(s): 
Postdoctoral Fellows

Supervisor: Norbert Lütkenhaus

Group(s): 
Postdoctoral Fellows
Adrian Kent
Group(s): 
Affiliates
Bohdan Khromets
519-888-4567 ext. 33340
Location: 
RAC 2121

Supervisor: Jonathan Baugh

Group(s): 
Master's students; Students
Group(s): 
Affiliates
Na Young Kim
519-888-4567 ext. 30481
Location: 
RAC 2101

Admin Support:

PhD students:

Master's students:

Graduate Research Assistant:

  • Zidong Xie
Group(s): 
Faculty
Colleen Kissack
519-888-4567 ext. 39391
Location: 
QNC B207
Group(s): 
Staff
Location: 
QNC 3323

Supervisor Richard Cleve

Group(s): 
Master's students; Students
Nikhil Kotibhaskar
519-888-4567 ext. 30172
Location: 
QNC B213
Group(s): 
PhD students; Students
Lana Kovacevic
519-888-4567 x37440
Location: 
QNC 1208
Group(s): 
Staff
Wayne Kozun

Wayne Kozun was responsible for Ontario Teachers’ Public Equities portfolio. Public Equities incorporates internally managed portfolios, the Relationship Investing team and external managers used primarily to broaden geographic scope. In support of these activities, Public Equities monitors the corporate governance practices of the companies in which Ontario Teachers’ invests. Wayne joined Ontario Teachers’ in 1995 and has held various positions including most recently Senior Vice-President, Fixed Income & Alternative Investments. Wayne serves on the boards of the Canadian Coalition for Good Governance, the Pacific Pension & Investment Institute and Camelot UK Lotteries Ltd. He holds a BESc from Western University, and MBA from the Ivey Business School, is a CFA charterholder, and is a graduation of the Institute of Corporate Directors.

Group(s): 
Advisory Board
Photo of David Kribs
519-824-4120 ext. 53038
Location: 
QNC 4116

David Kribs obtained his PhD in Pure Mathematics from the University of Waterloo. He was then awarded an NSERC postdoctoral fellowship and held visiting positions at the University of Iowa, Purdue University, Lancaster University and the Institute for Quantum Computing (IQC). In 2003 he took  a position in the Department of Mathematics & Statistics at the University of Guelph, where he is presently Professor and Chair. His current research interests are primarily in the mathematics of quantum information; with particular emphasis on quantum error correction, entanglement theory, quantum cryptography, and the connections between theoretical and experimental quantum information science. Outside of academics, he enjoys spending time with his family, reading, and playing sports, especially ice hockey.

Website: http://www.uoguelph.ca/~dkribs/

Group(s): 
Associates
Joanna Krynski
519-888-4567 ext. 39025
Location: 
QNC 3202

Supervisor: Thomas Jennewein

Group(s): 
Master's students; Students
Aleksander Kubica
519-888-4567 ext. 39067
Location: 
QNC 4201
  • Admin Support: Jeannie Bairos
  • Supervisor: Raymond Laflamme
Group(s): 
Postdoctoral Fellows
Katanya Kuntz

Supervisor: Thomas Jennewein

Group(s): 
Research Associates
Kimberly Kuntz
519-888-4567 x38936
Location: 
QNC 1206

As the Manager, Outreach and Events, Kim handles the plans, executes and coordinates conferences, summer schools, and workshops at the Institute for Quantum Computing (IQC).

Kim is available to help with activities related to IQC events, including:

  • Budgets
  • Logistics
  • Help with invited speakers
  • Execution of the event
  • Registration
  • Website development
  • Promotion

Kim also manages the Undergraduate Research Award program. She is the point of contact for international students before they arrive and coordinates with the admin team for Canadian students. She also:

  • Arranges housing
  • Ensures that the students complete safety training
  • Manages/provides resources for the students during their time at IQC

Before joining the Communications and Strategic Initiatives team, Kim started with IQC in 2008 as a receptionist and as the Event/Visitor Coordinator.

Kim received her Bachelor’s Degree in Social Development Studies, as well as a Diploma of Social Work at the University of Waterloo. Since joining IQC, Kim has continued her education with certifications like project management.

Group(s): 
Staff
Kohdai Kuroiwa
519-888-4567 ext. 39057
Location: 
QNC 3321

Supervisor: Debbie Leung

Group(s): 
PhD students; Students
Sema Kuru
519-888-4567 ext. 39016
Location: 
QNC 0208

Supervisor: Michal Bajcsy

Group(s): 
Master's students; Students
519-888-4567 x38016
Location: 
QNC 4121

Jisu Kwon provides support to the following faculty members:

  • Thomas Jennewein
  • William Slofstra
  • John Watrous
  • Vern Paulsen
  • Alan Jamison
Group(s): 
Staff
Jan Kycia
519-888-4567 ext. 35177
Location: 
PHY 373

Jan Kycia's research group, the Kycia Low Temperature Group, works on the experimental investigation of quantum mechanical properties of sub-micron and micron scaled superconducting devices. In particular superconducting single electron transistors (sSETs) and superconducting quantum interference devices (SQUIDs). They are focusing on gaining a better understanding of how dissipation and the environment affect the states of the devices. They also study the 1/f noise in Josephson junctions. This 1/f noise may be an intrinsic limitation to the coherence time of superconductor-based qubits.

Website: http://www.science.uwaterloo.ca/~jkycia/

Master's students:

Group(s): 
Associates
Raymond Laflamme
(519) 888-4567
Location: 
RAC 1111, QNC 4119
Group(s): 
Faculty
Deler Langenberg
Location: 
RA2 3016
Contact for: 
519-888-4567 ext. 31185

Deler obtained his PhD in Chemistry from Ruhr University of Bochum with a focus on material science research. In particular, he studied the synthesizing and characterizing of nanomaterials for corrosion resistance, coating strengthening, and catalysis applications, as well as the development of higher performance semiconductor devices. Following his PhD, Deler worked for Oxford Instruments/Omicron Nanotechnology in Germany where he developed and optimized new equipment and scientific instruments for companies and researchers around the world. 

Deler joined the Institute for Quantum Computing (IQC) as a Senior Research Scientist. During his time he established a state-of-the-art deposition-cluster system that is capable of handling a wide range of materials that are at the forefront of quantum material research. In addition, he is in charge of a number of unique characterization systems such as x-ray photoelectron spectroscopy (XPS), ultraviolet photoelectron spectroscopy (UPS), Auger, angle-resolved photoemission spectroscopy (ARPES), low-temperature scanning probe microscopy (LT SPM), and deposition systems including molecular-beam epitaxy (MBE), sputtering, pulsed-laser deposition (PLD) that are situated at IQC. 

Deler’s current research interests are exploring surface interfaces, proximity effects, quantum transport mechanisms, and high-quality thin films. The aim of the research is to develop quantum devices, high-Q resonators, and memory storage mechanisms. A strong emphasis is also given to fundamental research which provides a backbone to the applied research activities.

Group(s): 
Affiliates

Supervisor: Richard Cleve

Group(s): 
Master's students; Students
Youn Seok Lee
519-888-4567 ext. 39038
Location: 
QNC 2214

Supervisor Thomas Jennewein

Group(s): 
PhD students; Students
Chin Lee
519-888-4567 ext. 31189
Location: 
QNC 3108

Chin joined the Institute for Quantum Computing (IQC) as the Research Support Assistant to Michele Mosca. She provides administrative and financial support, including granting agency budgeting and reporting. Chin’s roles in IQC also include:

  • Backup for the Executive Assistant to the Executive Director
  • Administrative Assistant to Michele Mosca, Ashwin Nayak, Debbie Leung, David Gosset, and Jon Yard as well as their students and postdoctoral fellows.

Chin has been involved with invoice management for IQC IT services in the past. Prior to joining IQC in August of 2012, she was part of the University of Waterloo Finance Department.

Group(s): 
Staff
Anthony Leggett
519-888-4021

Anthony J. Leggett, the John D. and Catherine T. MacArthur Professor and Center for Advanced Study Professor of Physics, has been a faculty member at Illinois since 1983. He is widely recognized as a world leader in the theory of low-temperature physics, and his pioneering work on superfluidity was recognized by the 2003 Nobel Prize in Physics. He is a member of the National Academy of Sciences, the American Philosophical Society, the American Academy of Arts and Sciences, the Russian Academy of Sciences (foreign member), and is a Fellow of the Royal Society (U.K.), the American Physical Society, and the American Institute of Physics. He is an Honorary Fellow of the Institute of Physics (U.K.). He was knighted (KBE) by Queen Elizabeth II in 2004 "for services to physics." He is also a Mike and Ophelia Lazaridis Distinguished Research Chair.

Professor Leggett has shaped the theoretical understanding of normal and superfluid helium liquids and other strongly coupled superfluids. He set directions for research in the quantum physics of macroscopic dissipative systems and use of condensed systems to test the foundations of quantum mechanics. His research interests lie mainly within the fields of theoretical condensed matter physics and the foundations of quantum mechanics. He has been particularly interested in the possibility of using special condensed-matter systems, such as Josephson devices, to test the validity of the extrapolation of the quantum formalism to the macroscopic level; this interest has led to a considerable amount of technical work on the application of quantum mechanics to collective variables and in particular on ways of incorporating dissipation into the calculations. He is also interested in the theory of superfluid liquid 3He, especially under extreme nonequilibrium conditions, in high-temperature superconductivity, and in the newly realized system of Bose-condensed atomic gases.

Research Interests:
  • Theoretical Condensed Matter of Physics
  • Low Temperature Phenomena
  • Quantum Fluids
  • Statistical Physics
  • Macroscopic Quantum Systems
  • Quantum Theory of Measurement
Group(s): 
Associates; Scientific Advisors
Bob Lemieux
519-888-4567 ext. 30353
Location: 
ESC 252
Group(s): 
Executive Committee
Debbie Leung
(519) 888-4567 ext. 33604
Location: 
QNC 3313

Admin Support:

PhD student:

Master's student:

Group(s): 
Faculty
Location: 
QNC 4322

Supervisor: Thomas Jennewein

Group(s): 
Master's students; Students
Group(s): 
Affiliates
Madelaine Liddy
Location: 
RA2 2130

Supervisor David Cory 

Group(s): 
PhD students; Students

Supervisor: Richard Cleve

Group(s): 
Master's students; Students
Junan Lin
519-888-4567 ext. 39073
Location: 
QNC 4317

Supervisor Raymond Laflamme

Group(s): 
PhD students; Students
 Jie Lin
519-888-4567 ext. 39066
Location: 
QNC 4128
Group(s): 
PhD students; Students
519-888-4567 ext. 31996
Location: 
QNC 4101

Supervisor Richard Cleve

Group(s): 
PhD students; Students
Yinchen Liu
Location: 
QNC 4321

Supervisor: David Gosset

Group(s): 
Master's students; Students
Vito Logiudice
519-888-4567 x38703
Location: 
QNC 1207

Vito is the Director of the Quantum Nanofabrication and Characterization Facility (QNFCF) core scientific research platform. He joined the University of Waterloo in 2008 to participate in the Mike & Ophelia Lazaridis Quantum-Nano Centre construction project and to spearhead the design, construction, fit-out and operational rollout of its world-class nanofabrication cleanroom facility, now known as the QNFCF. 

Vito received Bachelor of Engineering and Masters of Applied Science degrees in Electrical and Computer Engineering from Concordia University in Montreal. He is a past member of the Order of Engineers of Quebec (OIQ) and a current member of Professional Engineers Ontario (PEO).

Prior to joining McGill University in 2001 to design and implement the McGill Nanotools Microfab, Vito held various positions in industry including Mitel Semiconductor (currently Teledyne-DALSA) and Nortel Networks.

Group(s): 
Staff
Guofei (Phillip) Long
Location: 
RA2 2126

Supervisor Guo-Xing Miao 

Group(s): 
PhD students; Students
Jorma Louko
Group(s): 
Affiliates
Benjamin Lovitz
519-888-4567 ext. 39060
Location: 
QNC 3324
Group(s): 
PhD students; Students
Pei Jiang Low
519-888-4567 ext. 38782
Location: 
QNC B206

Supervisor Crystal Senko 

Group(s): 
PhD students; Students
Angus Lowe
519-888-4567 ext. 39025
Location: 
QNC 3202

Supervisor: Ashwin Nayak

Group(s): 
Master's students; Students
Dawei Lu
Group(s): 
Affiliates

Supervisor Roger Melko

Group(s): 
PhD students; Students
Adrian Lapascu
519-888-4567 x35468
Location: 
QNC 2202

Admin Support:

Research Associate:

Postdoctoral fellows:

PhD student:

Master's students:

Graduate research assistant:

  • Jiahao Shi
Group(s): 
Faculty
Norbert Lütkenhaus
(519) 888-4567 ext. 32870
Location: 
QNC 4129
Group(s): 
Faculty
Photo of Steve MacLean
Group(s): 
Associates
Location: 
MC 5481

Supervisor: Michele Mosca

Group(s): 
Master's students; Students
Shayan Majidy
519-888-4567 ext. 39153
Location: 
QNC 4112

Supervisor Raymond Laflamme

Group(s): 
PhD students; Students
Mohamed El Mandouh
519-888-4567 ext. 31180
Location: 
RA2 2134

Supervisor: David Cory

Group(s): 
Master's students; Students
Matteo Mariantoni
(519) 888-4567 ext. 39056
Location: 
QNC 3316

Admin Support:

Postdoctoral fellows:

PhD students:

Group(s): 
Faculty
Photo of Eduardo Martin-Martinez
519-888-4567 ext. 39148
Location: 
MC 6447

There is strongly increasing interest in understanding entanglement and quantum communication in curved spacetimes, and in using quantum information techniques to address questions in gravity and quantum field theory. The new and very active field of relativistic quantum information was recently born to address these questions and it is set to continue developing at this fast pace during the next decade due to continued input from Earth-bound and from projected satellite-based experiments on spacetime curvature, gravitational waves and relativistic aspects of quantum entanglement.

Eduardo’s research combine the fields of quantum information science, quantum field theory and general relativity; studying quantum effects induced by gravity from the perspective of quantum information to gain information about the spacetime structure. This approach has a wide range of potential outcomes and applications from quantum computing technology to the basic physics of the question of how the spacetime curvature and quantum theory impact the flow and the processing of information.

Eduardo completed his PhD in Theoretical Physics in 2011 at the UCM (Universidad Complutense de Madrid, Spain) with “summa cum laude” and receiving the "2010-2011 extraordinary PhD thesis award". During his PhD period he collaborated with top scientists in relativistic quantum information in Canada, United Kingdom, Austria, Japan and Poland. In 2012 he moved to the Institute for Quantum Computing at the University of Waterloo for his first postdoctoral appointment. In October 2012 he was awarded the prestigious Banting Postdoctoral Fellowship. He was also an associate postdoctoral researcher at Perimeter institute.

In 2014 Eduardo was named a Research Assistant Professor at the Institute for Quantum Computing, cross-appointed to the Perimeter Institute. Soon afterward, he was awarded the prestigious John Charles Polanyi Prize for Physics.

In July 2016 Eduardo was appointed Assistant Professor in the department of Applied Mathematics at the University of Waterloo, becoming an IQC Associate and a Perimeter institute Affiliate. In July 2020 Eduardo was granted tenure and promoted to Associate Professor.

Websites:

PhD students:

Master's student:

Group(s): 
Associates
Rubayet Al Maruf
519-888-4567 ext. 30168
Location: 
QNC 0214

Supervisor: Michal Bajcsy

Group(s): 
Postdoctoral Fellows

Supervisor Alexandre Cooper-Roy and David Cory

Group(s): 
PhD students; Students
Sarah McCarthy

Supervisor: Michele Mosca

Group(s): 
Postdoctoral Fellows
Kaitlyn McDonell
519-888-4567 x38702
Location: 
QNC 3109

Kaitlyn is the Ombudsperson at IQC, and the Manager, Graduate and Postdoctoral Programs. As the Ombudsperson, Kaitlyn provides a safe and confidential space for all members, and is a resource for distressing situations, conflict management and concerns around mental health and wellness. Kaitlyn offers support and works to define and evaluate options, and creates strategies to resolve problems, informally and expeditiously. If in need, contact Kaitlyn by email for support. 

In her role as the Manager, Graduate and Postdoctoral Programs, Kaitlyn manages the administrative aspects of the Institute for Quantum Computing’s Graduate Studies Program, and acts as the Program Coordinator for the CryptoWorks21 program. Her responsibilities include:

  • Supporting, promoting, recruiting and goal-setting for the collaborative Graduate Program in Quantum Information and the CryptoWorks21 training program
  • Recruiting students
  • Managing budget administration, records maintenance and scholarships
  • Preparing various reports and presentations, and
  • Acting as a point of contact for graduate students and postdoctoral fellows.
Group(s): 
Staff

Supervisor: Kazi Rajibul Islam

Group(s): 
Master's students; Students
Roger Melko
519-888-4567 ext. 38406

Roger Melko received a B.Sc. (2000) and M.Sc. (2001) from the University of Waterloo, and a M.A. (2003) and Ph.D. (2005) from the University of California, Santa Barbara. From 2005 to 2007 he was a Wigner Fellow at Oak Ridge National Laboratory in Tennessee, after which he joined the UW Department of Physics and Astronomy.

PhD Students

  • Xiuzhe (Roger) Luo
  • Ejaaz Merali
Group(s): 
Affiliates
519-888-4567 ext. 36934

Alfred Menezes is a professor in the Department of Combinatorics & Optimization at the University of Waterloo, where he also serves as Managing Director of the Centre for Applied Cryptographic Research (CACR).

Group(s): 
Affiliates

Supervisor Roger Melko

Group(s): 
PhD students; Students
Location: 
RAC (working remotely)

Supervisor Jonathan Baugh

Group(s): 
PhD students; Students
Nizar Messaoudi
519-888-4567 ext. 39057
Location: 
QNC 3321

Supervisor Christopher Wilson

Group(s): 
PhD students; Students
Guo-Xing Miao
(519) 888-4567 ext. 31188
Location: 
RA2 1120
Group(s): 
Faculty
Maryam Mirkamali
519-888-4567 ext. 31251
Location: 
RAC2 2130

Supervisor: David Cory

Group(s): 
Postdoctoral Fellows
Brian Moffat
519-888-4567 x38833
Location: 
QNC 4113

Supervisor: Thomas Jennewein

Group(s): 
Staff

Supervisors:

  • Shohini Ghose
  • Robert Mann
Group(s): 
Master's students; Students
519-888-4567 ext. 39051
Location: 
QNC 3203

Supervisor: Thomas Jennewein

Group(s): 
Master's students; Students
Group(s): 
Scientific Advisors
Michele Mosca
(519) 888-4567 ext. 47484
Location: 
QNC 3106
Group(s): 
Faculty
Sainath Motlakunta
519-888-4567 ext. 39025
Location: 
QNC 3202
Group(s): 
PhD students; Students
Group(s): 
Affiliates
Priyanka Mukhopadhyay
519-888-4567 ext. 39073
Location: 
QNC 4317

Supervisor: Michele Mosca

Group(s): 
Postdoctoral Fellows
Bill Munson
519-888-4567 x39380
Location: 
QNC 3108

Supervisor: Michele Mosca

Group(s): 
Research Associates
Christine Muschik
519-888-4567 x30228
Location: 
QNC 4122

Admin Support:

Research Associates:

Postdoctoral fellows:

PhD student:

Master's students:

Group(s): 
Faculty
Vinodh Raj Rajagopal Muthu
519-888-4567
Location: 
QNC 3114

Supervisor: Thomas Jennewein

Group(s): 
Research Associates
Shlok Nahar
519-888-4567 ext. 39066
Location: 
QNC 4128

Supervisor: Norbert Lütkenhaus

Group(s): 
Master's students; Students
Olivier Nahman-Levesque
Location: 
RA2 2014

Supervisor: Dmitry Pushin

Group(s): 
Master's students; Students
Ashwin Nayak
(519) 888-4567 ext. 43601
Location: 
QNC 3124, MC 4034

Admin Support:

Master's student:

Group(s): 
Faculty
Brian Neill
519-888-4567 ext. 39380
Location: 
QNC 3108

Joining the Institute for Quantum Computing (IQC) in April 2014 as the Senior Technical Associate, Brian is a consultant affiliated with IQC, taking on specific projects related to commercialization of IQC research.

Brian is available to IQC members to:

  • Provide advice on commercialization of a potential product
  • Make introductions to potential industry partners
  • Advise on the marketability and positioning of a potential product

Brian also holds a product management leadership position in the information security industry. He has experience in information security and product management locally at BlackBerry.

Group(s): 
Research Associates; Staff
Nathan Nelson-Fitzpatrick
519-888-4567 x31796
Location: 
QNC 1611

Nathan joined the Institute for Quantum Computing (IQC) in January 2012, after completing his PhD in Electrical and Computer Engineering at the University of Alberta. As the Nanofabrication Process Engineer, Nathan facilitates the use of Quantum NanoFab equipment for the IQC and WIN communities.

His main responsibilities include:

  • Optimization of equipment performance
  • Recipe development
  • Technology integration
  • Process reviews & approvals
  • Equipment access reviews & approvals
  • Equipment qualifications
  • Statistical process controls
  • Operating and recipe manuals

Nathan is available to help with:

  • Advice for building devices in the Quantum NanoFabrication and Characterization Facility (QNFCF)
  • Advice on the feasibility of fabricating a device with QNFCF equipment
  • “Process flows” for building the device
  • Adaptations of an outside process to existing tools in the cleanroom
  • Hands-on training on equipment where he has particular expertise

He is available for one-on-one consultation and education on cleanroom processes, and for developing new processes.

During his graduate studies he studied micro fabrication, thin film deposition, thin film characterization, X-ray crystallography and nanodevice design. His thesis was on the design and fabrication of micro- and nano-cantilever sensors out of sputtered metal alloys for chemical detection.

Group(s): 
Staff
George Nichols
Phone: 519-888-4567 ext. 31111
Location: 
RAC2 2108

Supervisor: David Cory

Group(s): 
Research Associates
Ibrahim Nsanzineza
519-888-4567 ext. 39048
Location: 
QNC 3128

Supervisor: Christopher Wilson

Group(s): 
Staff
 Sung Eun (Paul) Oh
519-888-4567 ext. 39068
Location: 
QNC 4203

Supervisor Thomas Jennewein

Group(s): 
PhD students; Students

Supervisor: Eduardo Martin-Martinez

Group(s): 
Master's students; Students
Photo of Gerardo Ortiz
812-855-0367

Gerardo Ortiz is in the Physics Department at the University of Indiana in Bloomington and also an affiliate member with the Theoretical Division, Los Alamos National Laboratory.

The quest to explore the ultimate limits and principles of quantum physics is out there. Quantum technologies are no longer a theorist's dream. For example, commercial quantum cryptography devices have become available. Ortiz is interested in studying foundational, software, and hardware aspects of quantum computation and information. Because of the exciting recent development of new algorithms, such as Shor's factoring and Grover's quantum search, that solve difficult problems on a quantum computer using algorithms that would be impractical on a classical computer, it is easy to overlook the fact that Feynman's original proposal for quantum computers was for the purpose of solving quantum physics problems.

Simulation of physical phenomena using quantum devices is one of his areas of research. He is also concerned with topics of potential overlap between his two research disciplines, where feedback from one field may help to resolve significant problems in the other. After all, a quantum computer is a quantum many-body system. What are the concepts from quantum information that one can use to study or predict phenomena in condensed matter physics? Similarly, what concepts can be borrowed from condensed matter to quantify measures of information? These are fundamental open questions. Designing and building a quantum computer or a quantum simulator is a ultimate example of topics that meet the boundaries of both disciplines. Cold atom physics is another.

Group(s): 
Associates
Group(s): 
Staff
Pablo Palacios
519-888-4567 ext. 39016
Location: 
QNC 0209

Supervisor Thomas Jennewein

Group(s): 
PhD students; Students
Maria Papageorgiou
Location: 
MC 6334
Group(s): 
PhD students; Students
Natalie Parham
Location: 
QNC
Group(s): 
Master's students; Students
Hakop Pashayan
519-888-4567 ext. 39082
Location: 
QNC 0213

Supervisor: David Gosset

Group(s): 
Postdoctoral Fellows
Tarun Patel
519-888-4567 ext. 36072
Location: 
RAC 2109

Supervisor Adam Wei Tsen 

Group(s): 
Postdoctoral Fellows
Connor Paul-Paddock
519-888-4567 ext. 39095
Location: 
QNC 3324
Group(s): 
PhD students; Students
Vern Paulsen
519-888-4567 x30305
Location: 
QNC 3123, MC 5318

Admin Support:

PhD students:

Group(s): 
Faculty
Mary Lyn Payerl
519-888-4567 x38392
Location: 
QNC 4311

As the Associate Director of Administration, Mary Lyn Payerl leads the administrative team and oversees space and building administration for the Lazaridis QNC and RAC1 buildings. Mary Lyn is a University of Waterloo Arts graduate and has been with the Institute for Quantum Computing since 2007.

Mary Lyn and the administrative team can assist IQC members with:

  • Space management
  • Building maintenance and signage
  • Key/fob control and security
  • IQC member data management
  • Visitor and Graduate Programs
  • Postdoctoral Fellow and Faculty recruitment
Group(s): 
Staff
Mark Pecen

Mark Pecen serves as CEO of Approach Infinity, Inc., providing advisory services to firms requiring technology due diligence and management consulting in the areas of wireless communication and emerging technologies, rapidly growing technology companies and their venture capital funding partners. The firm comprises a network of senior executives and experts in the management of technology, innovation, research and development, marketing, sales, global standards, patents, technology entrepreneurship, and individuals with specific technical disciplines such as information theory, radio frequency systems, wireless system protocols, cryptography and others.

Pecen retired as Sr. Vice President, Research and Advanced Technology and technology advisor to the CEO of BlackBerry, maker of wireless smart phones. He was responsible for the creation and management of BlackBerry’s Advanced Technology Research Centre and a significant portion of BlackBerry’s wireless patent portfolio. A past Distinguished Innovator and member of the Science Advisory Board at Motorola, Pecen also managed consultation work for clients in North America and Europe.

Pecen invented a number of technologies that have later been adopted in global standards, including the Global System for Mobile Telecommunication (GSM), Universal Mobile Telecommunication System (UMTS), High-Speed Packet Access (HSPA+), Long-Term Evolution (LTE) for 4G wireless and others.

Pecen serves as an advisor to several industry and academic organizations, and is a regular advisor to the Canadian government on wireless communication and research. He holds board positions on University of Waterloo Institute for Quantum Computing, École Polytechnique, Wilfrid Laurier University School of Business, Quantum Works academic network for quantum information research, Canadian Digital Media Network, the Communication Research Centre (CRC) of Industry Canada and others.

A veteran of the wireless industry, he is an author and editor of a number of text books in the area of wireless technology and holds more than 100 fundamental patents in areas of wireless communication, networking and computing, and is a graduate of the University of Pennsylvania, Wharton School of Business and the School of Engineering and Applied Sciences.

Group(s): 
Advisory Board
Location: 
RA2

Supervisor Guo-Xing Miao

Group(s): 
PhD students; Students
Matteo Pennacchietti
Location: 
RAC

Supervisor: Michael Reimer

Group(s): 
Master's students; Students
Group(s): 
PhD students; Students
Geovandro Pereira
519-888-4567 ext. 39054
Location: 
QNC 3311

Supervisor: Michele Mosca

Group(s): 
Research Associates
Evan Peters

Supervisor Achim Kempf

Group(s): 
PhD students; Students
Group(s): 
Affiliates
Harminder Phull
519-888-4567 x39323
Location: 
QNC 1203
Group(s): 
Staff
Marco Piani

Marco Piani is a Lecturer and Chancellor’s Fellow at the University of Strathclyde in Glasgow, Scotland. As a Marie Skłodowska-Curie Fellow, Piani is part of the Computational Nonlinear & Quantum Optics Group focused on the quantum properties of correlations exhibited by distributed quantum systems.

Prior to his current position, Piani was a research assistant professor at the Institute for Quantum Computing (IQC) and the Department of Physics and Astronomy of the University of Waterloo, Waterloo, ON from 2010-2015. He worked on entanglement-related topics, on non-locality of correlations (even beyond quantum) and on the general quantumness of single and correlated systems. 

Piani was previously a postdoctoral fellow at IQC working in the groups of Prof N. Lutkenhaus, an expert in quantum cryptography, and of Prof J. Watrous, a leading computer scientist with interests in applicative aspects of entanglement. Between April and September 2007, Piani held a Lise Meitner position of the Austrian Science Fund (FWF) at the Institute for Theoretical Physics of the University of Innsbruck (Austria), working in the group of Prof. H. J. Briegel, a leading scientist in the field of quantum information, as well as one of the inventors of the one-way model of quantum computation. During this period he was the principal investigator of his own project which focused on multipartite entanglement. From January 2005 to March 2007, Piani worked as postdoc in Gdansk (Poland), both at the Institute of Theoretical Physics and Astrophysics of the University of Gdansk and at the Gdansk University of Technology, collaborating with Prof R. Horodecki, Prof M. Horodecki and Prof P. Horodecki, leaders in the theory of entanglement. During this period he was partially supported by a CNR-NATO Advanced Fellowship he was awarded. 

Piani started his research experience under the supervision of Dr F. Benatti at the University of Trieste (Italy), where he obtained both a Master's degree in Physics in 2001 (summa cum laude) and a PhD degree in Physics in 2005.

Interests
  • quantum information theory
  • quantum entanglement (theory and applications)
  • non-classicality
  • non-locality
  • dynamics of open quantum systems
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Kevin Piche
519-888-4567 ext. 31254
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Supervisor David Cory

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Kayleigh Platz
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News stories, media requests and internal communications

As the Senior Manager, Liaison and Integrated Communications, Kayleigh is guiding the brand and communications strategy for IQC. She is responsible for telling the IQC story to multiple audiences including the media, general public and internal university audiences. She likes to connect complex ideas to everyday life.

Kayleigh holds a joint Bachelor’s degree in Anthropology and Rhetorical Writing and Professional English, as well as a Master’s degree in Public Issues Anthropology from the University of Waterloo where she studied design thinking, marketing and online identities.

Prior to joining IQC she was the Manager of Special Operations and the Community Relations Manager at Communitech. She has also held the position of Senior Digital Media Specialist at Communitech and Social Media Specialist at the University of Waterloo.

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Pritam Priyadarsi
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RAC 2107
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Matt Pusey
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Dmitry Pushin
(519) 888-4567 ext. 31193
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RA2 1116

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Rich Rademacher
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QNC B206

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Annie Ray
519 888 4567 ext. 39076
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QNC 4322

Supervisor Raymond Laflamme

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Michael Reimer
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RAC 1113
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Shaun Ren
519-888-4567 ext. 39037
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QNC 2213

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He (Ricky) Ren
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RA2 2116
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QNC 3127
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Jose De Ramon Rivera
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QNC 4124
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Supervisor: Na Young Kim

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Michele Roche
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QNC 4123

In her role as Research Finance Coordinator, Michele assists the following faculty, as well as their students and postdoctoral fellows:

  • Norbert Lütkenhaus
  • Kyung Choi
  • Richard Cleve
  • Kazi Rajibul Islam
  • Adrian Lupascu
  • Crystal Senko

Michele is available to help with:

  • Providing administrative and financial support, including granting agency budgeting and reporting
  • Travel arrangements
  • Handling reimbursements

Prior to joining the team at the Institute for Quantum Computing (IQC), Michele worked in a variety of fields which include a long tenure at the City of Kitchener as an executive assistant/financial administrator, as well as an Executive Assistant with Waterloo Wellington Community Care and Executive Assistant at the University of Guelph.

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Guillermo Gomez Rodriguez
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QNC B209
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Alex Rollinson
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QNC 1203
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Roberto Romero
519-888-4567 x31323
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Office QNC B203, Lab QNC 4302

As the Health, Safety and Environment Coordinator, as well as the Fire and Emergency Evacuation Coordinator, for the Institute for Quantum Computing (IQC), Roberto can help with any of your safety questions. He can help you find out what safety training you require and what procedures you should follow.

As the Electronics and Instrumentation Technologist at IQC, Roberto is responsible for:

  • Cryogenics
  • Milling: PCB (Printed Circuit Board), Soft Substrates and Soft Metals
  • Electro-plating
  • General Electronics Design and Assembly
  • Mechanical Design
  • Electronics Shop (free consumables – general resource for IQC members)
  • Equipment: Rental, Maintenance, Calibration and Certification
  • Temperature and humidity lab analysis data

Before joining IQC in May 2011, Roberto worked in the electronics engineering and manufacturing industry for 12 years. His experience includes:

  • New product application development
  • Validation and production test software development
  • New product validation and verification
  • Automated test systems development
  • Production personnel training
  • Technical support

Roberto also has information on companies that help provide solutions for IQC members in need of more resources.

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Pooya Ronagh
519-888-4567 ext. 39072
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QNC 4316

Supervisor: Raymond Laflamme

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519-888-4567 ext. 38640
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Surpervisor: Kazi Rajibul Islam

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Allison Sachs
519-888-4567 ext. 31996
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QNC 4101

Supervisors Achim Kempf, Robert Mann

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Saba Sadeghi
519-888-4567 ext. 36753
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RA2 2002

Supervisor: David Cory

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Pardis Sahafi
519-888-4567 ext. 30511
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RAC1 2006

Supervisor: Raffi Budakian

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RAC
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Rodello Salandanan
(519) 888-4567 ext. 31143
Location: 
QNC 1612

Rod is a Senior Equipment Technologist at the Institute for Quantum Computing. His main responsibilities include High Vacuum (HV) and Ultra High Vaccuum (UHV) equipment for etching, E-beam evaporation and sputtering. He handles:

  • Optimization and performance enhancements
  • Preventative maintenance
  • Repairs
  • Operator training
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Dusan Sarenac
Location: 
RAC2 2128

Supervisor: David Cory

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519-888-4567 ext. 39073
Location: 
QNC 4317

Supervisors:

  • John Watrous
  • David Gosset
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Matt Schumacher
519-888-4567 ext. 38030
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QNC 4107
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Matt Scott
519-888-4567 x39083
Location: 
QNC 1612

As the Fabrication Equipment Technologist, Matt is responsible for various equipment within the cleanroom. His other roles include:

  • Optimization and performance enhancements
  • Preventative maintenance
  • Repairs
  • Operator training

Matt has been a licensed electrician for over five years and has worked on numerous projects around the Waterloo region, including the Mike and Ophelia Lazaridis Quantum-Nano Centre. Matt completed his apprenticeship program and trade school at Conestoga College.

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Crystal Senko
519-888-4567 x37425
Location: 
QNC 2201

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Supervisor: Crystal Senko

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François Sfigakis
519-888-4567 ext. 30491
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RAC 2124

Supervisor: Jonathan Baugh

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Daozhi Shen
519-888-4567 ext. 33341
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RAC 2122
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Postdoctoral Fellows
Nachiket Sherlekar
519-888-4567 ext. 31998
Location: 
RAC 1116

Supervisor Michael Reimer

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PhD students; Students
Arjun Shetty
519-888-4567 ext. 30491
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RAC 2124

Supervisor: Jonathan Baugh

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Zheng Shi
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QNC 4111
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Yu (Jerry) Shi
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RA2 2116

Supervisor Guo-Xing Miao 

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Gilbert (Chung-You) Shih
519-888-4567 ext. 30172
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QNC B213
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Stephanie Simmons
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519-888-4567 ext. 39062
Location: 
QNC 4117

Supervisor: Thomas Jennewein

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Namanish Singh
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RAC 2107

Supervisor: Raffi Budakian

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Urbasi Sinha

Urbasi Sinha is a Professor at the Raman Research Institute in Bangalore, India. She is heading the Quantum Information and Computing (QuIC) laboratory at RRI. Prof. Sinha is an associate faculty member at the Institute for Quantum Computing (IQC), University of Waterloo, Canada, and the Centre for Quantum Information and Quantum Control, University of Toronto, Canada.

She completed her PhD at Cambridge University, UK, on experiments in high temperature Superconductivity. She completed her M.Sc in Physics also from Cambridge. She has been a Gates Cambridge scholar during her Ph.D and a Nehru-Chevening scholar during her masters. She was a post-doctoral research associate in the Cavendish labs, Cambridge as well as at IQC Canada.

Her lab at RRI specializes in experiments on photonic quantum information processing including quantum computing and quantum communication, primarily using single and entangled photons. She is heading India’s first project on satellite based secure quantum communications.

Her scientific recognitions include the Homi Bhabha Fellowship in the year 2017 as well as the 2018 ICTP-ICO Gallieno Denardo Award in Optics. She was recognised as one of Asia’s Top 100 scientists by the Asian Scientist for the year 2019 and has also been awarded the Simon’s Emmy Noether Fellowship at the Perimeter Institute, Canada. In August 2020,  she led the two-member winning team as a mentor, at the World Skills International Competition in Quantum Technology at the BRICS Future Skills Challenge, organised by the Russian Quantum Centre in Moscow, Russia with competitors from several countries worldwide. She won the ASSOCHAM Women in Cyber: Making a Difference award in the category “Cyber - Leading from the front” in 2021.

Lab website: http://www.rri.res.in/quic/

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William Slofstra
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QNC 4113

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Enrique Solano
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Ken Speirs
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QNC B209

Ken is a graduate of the robotics and automation engineering technology course at Conestoga College. He joins University of Waterloo after 10 years of experience in maintenance and repair of vacuum and thermal simulation chambers at a large aerospace communications company.

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McGill University and completed his MSc and PhD in Physics at the University of Toronto. He held a postdoctoral fellowship at Perimeter Institute and an International Royal Society Fellowship at the University of Cambridge. He has been a faculty member at Perimeter Institute and an affiliate at the Institute for Quantum Computing (IQC) since November 2008. His research is focused upon identifying the conceptual innovations that distinguish quantum theories from classical theories and investigating their significance for axiomatization, interpretation, and the implementation of various information-theoretic tasks.

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Peter Sprenger
519-888-4567 ext. 39826
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RAC2 2012
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Siobhan Stables
519-888-4567 x38689, Alt/Mobile Phone: 226-929-6478
Location: 
QNC 1209

Siobhan Stables is responsible for establishing and generating awareness of IQC as a leading authority in quantum information and technologies. She oversees a high performing team that shares the research advances happening at IQC with the world.

Stables leads integrated communications (internal and external), media relations, brand marketing, educational outreach, strategic planning, impact assessment, and stakeholder relations.

Before joining the Institute, Stables worked with public and private sector organizations focusing on marketing communications, strategic planning, business intelligence and quantitative, and qualitative research. She holds degrees from the University of Waterloo and Schulich School of Business, York University.

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Nigar Sultana
519-888-4567 ext. 39036
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QNC 2122

Supervisor: Thomas Jennewein

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Zewen Sun
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QNC B206

Supervisor: K. Rajibul Islam

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Esha Swaroop
519-888-4567 ext. 31996
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QNC 4101

Supervisor Raymond Laflamme

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Sahand Tabatabaei
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RAC 2107

Supervisor Raffi Budakian

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Ivar Tamaniau
519-888-4567 ext. 31187
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RAC2 1012
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QNC 3311

Supervisor: Michele Mosca

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Ramy Tannous
519-888-4567 ext. 39038
Location: 
QNC 2214

Supervisor Thomas Jennewein

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Theerapat Tansuwannont
519-888-4567 ext. 39057
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QNC 3321

Supervisor Debbie Leung

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Supervisor Kyung Soo Choi 

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Burak Tekcan
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RAC 1118

Supervisor Michael Reimer

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Yi Hong Teoh
519 888 4567 ext. 36471
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QNC B216

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Lin Tian
519-888-4567 ext. 38203
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RAC 2001

Supervisor: Michael Reimer

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Archana Tiwari
519-888-4567 ext. 36072
Location: 
RAC 2109

Supervisor Adam Wei Tsen 

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Erickson Tjoa
519-888-4567 ext. 39067
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QNC 4201 Drop in desk
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Harmeny Toope
519-888-4567 x33481
Location: 
RAC 1106

As an Administrative Assistant, Harmeny assists the following faculty, as well as their students and postdoctoral fellows:

  • Jonathan Baugh
  • Raffi Budakian
  • Joseph Emerson
  • Na Young Kim
  • Michael Reimer
  • Adam Wei Tsen

Harmeny is available to help with:

  • Providing administrative and financial support, including granting agency budgeting and reporting
  • Handling reimbursements

Prior to joining the Institute for Quantum Computing (IQC), Harmeny worked in a variety of fields including manufacturing, banking and other service industries in roles such as adminsitrative assistant, scheduler and operations cooridinator. She earned a Bachelor of Business Administration from Conestoga College with a focus on international business, human resources management and operations management.

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Dylan Totzke
519-888-4567 x49017
Location: 
QNC B202

Dylan provides information technology integration and realization for the members of the Institute for Quantum Computing with a specialization in software and systems integration.

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519-888-4567 ext. 39082
Location: 
QNC 0213

Supervisor: Adrian Lupascu

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Adam Wei Tsen
519-888-4567 x30375
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RAC 2113

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Supervisor: Norbert Lutkenhaus

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Kent Ueno
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RA2 2134

Supervisor David Cory

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QNC 2209

Supervisor: Raymond Laflamme

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Michael Vasmer
519-888-4567 ext. 39048
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QNC 3128

Supervisor: Raymond Laflamme

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Umesh Vazirani
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Sai Sreesh Venuturumilli
519-888-4567 ext. 31087
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QNC 0209

Supervisor: Michal Bajcsy

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Guillaume Verdon-Akzam
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QNC 0214

Supervisor Achim Kempf

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Sebastian Verschoor
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QNC 2213

Supervisor Michele Mosca

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Nikolay Videnov
519-888-4567 ext. 36471
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QNC B216

Supervisors: K. Rajibul Islam and Michal Bajcsy

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Supervisor: K. Rajibul Islam

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Sean Walker
519-888-4567 ext. 39034
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Supervisor Jonathan Baugh

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Joel Wallman
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RA2 2126

Supervisor: Guo-Xing Miao

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Luyao Wang
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QNC 0209

Supervisor: Christopher Wilson

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