The Center for Quantum Information and Control (CQuIC) is a research center co-located at the University of New Mexico in Albuquerque and the University of Arizona in Tucson. Research at CQuIC is focused on the control of complex quantum systems: we aim to make quantum systems march to our orders, instead of doing what comes naturally. Our research is organized as quantum information and computation, quantum control and measurement, quantum metrology, and quantum optics and communication, and we have extensive theoretical and experimental research programs in all these areas.

CQuIC is supported by a center-wide grant from the National Science Foundation. The Center’s Director is Carlton Caves. CQuIC works closely with two local partners, Sandia National Laboratories and Los Alamos National Laboratory.

Looking to join us as a postdoc or a research student? Find out about those opportunities here.


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19th Annual SQuInT Workshop

The 19th Annual SQuInT Workshop in Baton Rouge, Louisiana commenced with a welcome reception at the Lod Cook Alumni Center on February 22,2017, Wednesday evening. A total of 144 registrants ...
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SQuInT 2017 – Registration is now open.

Every year CQuIC organizes the Annual Workshop of the Southwest Quantum Information and Technology (SQuInT) Network.  The 19th Annual SQuInT Workshop will be held at LSU on February 23-25, 2017 in Baton ...
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Director Caves Goes to the White House

The Office of Science and Technology Policy held a Forum on Quantum Information Science at the Eisenhower Executive Office Building in Washington on Tuesday, October 18.  CQuIC Director Carlton Caves ...
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Pioneers in Quantum Optics and Quantum Information Science: A Celebration of the Academic Life of Carlton M. Caves

CQuIC organized a special workshop on October 14 to celebrate the scientific life of CQuIC Director Carlton Caves.  The workshop featured talks by those who influenced and were influenced by Professor ...
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