Our research on quantum teleportation in semiconductor quantum dots in collaboration with Andrew Jordan’s group at the University of Rochester and Mike Manfra’s group at Purdue has been published in Nature Communications. Congratulations to all!
spring is here!
Check out this (previously recorded) movie of the maiden voyage of our newly refurbished thermal evaporator, with expert commentary from postdoc JJ Nelson.
Thanks to Lewis Rothberg of the Rochester chemistry department!
Congratulations to Adina Ripin on winning the NSF graduate research fellowship!
The APS meeting has been cancelled. Safe travels to all!
On a lighter note, we welcome Jefferson to the lab. Thanks to Ville Valkiala and Bluefors for a smooth install.
Check out the Nichol Group at the March Meeting.
D17.00001 Conditional teleportation of quantum dot spin states
F17.00004 Rapid high-fidelity spin state readout in Si/SiGe quantum dots via radio-frequency reflectometry
L17.00003 Barrier-Controlled Multi-Qubit Exchange
L17.00004 Coherent Spin-State Transfer via Heisenberg Exchange
X17.00014 Charge noise in Si/SiGe quantum dots
See you next week in Denver!
Elliot and JJ’s paper on fast readout in Si qubits has appeared in Phys. Rev. Applied. Congratulations!
John received an NSF CAREER award. Read more about it here. We are grateful to the NSF for supporting our research.
We have posted a new paper to the arXiv demonstrating a Heisenberg spin chain in a quantum-dot array.