Crosson Research Group

Research interests: theoretical aspects of quantum computation, including adiabatic algorithms, Hamiltonian complexity, quantum error correction, and classical simulations of quantum systems.

Group News

Winter 2018 Graduate Ciaran Ryan-Anderson

Congratulations to CQuIC former Graduate Student, Ciaran Ryan-Anderson. Ciaran defended his dissertation in November 2018. As a Ph.D. graduate student, Ciaran worked with CQuIC Faculty Associate, Andrew Landahl at Sandia National Laboratories (SNL). Ciaran is now working as ...
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Optimal Pure-State Qubit Tomography via Sequential Weak Measurements

A sequence of weak isotropic measurements can yield the optimal measurement of a collection of identical qubits — a POVM over the continuous set of spin-coherent states. We show here a numerical simulation for an independent sequence of ...
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Congratulations Travis Scholten!

Congratulations to CQuIC Graduate Student, Travis Scholten. Travis defended his dissertation September 26, 2018 and has joined the ranks of CQuIC graduates applying their skills and knowledge, and sharing what they have learned as a member of CQuIC ...
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21st Annual SQuInT Workshop

The 21st Annual SQuInT Workshop is scheduled to take place at the Hotel Albuquerque at Old Town in Albuquerque, NM.  The three-day workshop begins on Monday, February 10, 2019 and ends on Wednesday, February 12, 2019.  Participants may submit an abstract for consideration ...
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Group Leader:  Elizabeth Crosson
Assistant Professor of Physics
University of New Mexico
Phone: 505 277-1616