"Interfacing Quantum Information and Quantum Sensing "
Charlotte Boettcher , Yale
[Host: Despina Louca]
Quantum information is a rapidly growing field that continues to develop and explore a variety of platforms to realize scalable quantum devices. Progress in qubit technology is driven by continued advancement in materials research, which informs fundamental issues such as the underlying mechanisms limiting qubit coherence times. Further, quantum materials including superconductors, magnets, insulators, and topological materials all offer unique properties that can be implemented into quantum circuits to realize new functionalities. In this way, the fundamental physics of quantum materials is intertwined with the development of next-generation quantum devices.
Friday, April 7, 2023
Clark Hall, Room 108
Note special room.
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