Towards New Ideas and Applications for Quantum Devices
Tuesday, August 8, 2017
Seven projects led by faculty across three departments have been awarded a combined total of $615,834 from the inaugural cycle of the Quantum Quest Seed Fund. These two-year projects enable new directions in quantum research and technology development.
The projects and their lead researchers are as follows:
- Next Generation Quantum Sensors; Michael Reimer, Assistant Professor, ECE
- Carbon Nanotube Monolayer Josephson Junction Superconducting Qubit; Na Young Kim, Associate Professor, ECE
- Two-dimensional quantum materials and heterostructures; Adam Wei Tsen, Assistant Professor, Chemistry
- Plasmon Control of Quantum States in Semiconductor Nanocrystals; Pavle Radovanovic, Professor, Chemistry
- Quantum Information Processing with Molecular Lattices; Pierre-Nicholas Roy, Professor, Chemistry
- Qubits and Quantum Effects in the Brain; Michel Gingras & Zoya Leonenko, Professors, Physics & Astronomy
- Fabrication of Ultra Low Noise RF Squid Amplifiers; Jan Kycia, Professor, Physics & Astronomy
Learn more about TQT projects and visit Quantum Quest Seed Fund for more information.