Superconducting Resonator with Composite Film for Quantum Information
Edward Tang, IQC
The full manipulation of a quantum system can endow us with the power of computing in exponentially increased state space without exponential growth of physical resources. In this thesis, we are dedicated to the developments in superconducting devices and layout design for their future applications in large-scale quantum computation.
Join us at the Institute for Quantum Computing for a two-week introduction to the theoretical and experimental study of quantum information processing.
Many-Body Localization Through the Lens of Ultracold Quantum Gases
Pranjal Bordia, Max Planck Institute, Munich
A fundamental assumption of quantum statistical mechanics is that closed isolated systems always thermalize under their own dynamics. Progress on the topic of many-body localization has challenged this vital assumption, describing a phase where thermalization, and with it, equilibrium thermodynamics, breaks down.
This is the eighth of the Intellectual Property (IP) Management Lunch and Learn Lecture Series. We are bringing in thought leaders in the protection and management of intellectual property, including many years of experience in relevant areas of information technology.
This session will be led by Dr. Douglas Beynon.
On-demand entangled photon sources
In this presentation I will be talking about the project we have done in our group since last October on the emission of a QD embedded in a nano-wire.
Quantum science and technology at QuTech (Delft, NL)
Julia Cramer, QuTech Delft
QuTech is an advanced research center for quantum computing and the quantum internet, addressing scientific and engineering challenges in collaboration with industrial partners. QuTech is striving to remain at the forefront in quantum information science and technology. I’ll give some info on the development of QuTech over the years. Furthermore, I will present what the goals and focusses are of our research teams, current work and latest milestones.
Joachim Nsofini of the Department of Physics and Astronomy is defending his thesis:
Quantum Information Enabled Neutron Interferometry
Joachim is supervised by IQC faculty member David Cory.
This is the seventh of the Intellectual Property (IP) Management Lunch and Learn Lecture Series. We are bringing in thought leaders in the protection and management of intellectual property, including many years of experience in relevant areas of information technology.
This session will be led by Tom Hunter.
A platform to study many-body physics with photons
Hakan Tureci, Princeton University
The past decade has seen enormous experimental progress in building superconducting electrical circuits featuring artificial atoms subject to the quantized electromagnetic field of microwave photons. The fabrication and control of superconducting circuits has reached a stage where many such elements can be wired up into intricate networks, allowing the preparation and readout of complex quantum states of photons and atoms.