Meet Our Groups

The University of New Mexico

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Akimasa Miyake
Assistant Professor
Theory: Quantum information, quantum computation and simulation, quantum many-body physics, quantum thermodynamics.
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Carlton Caves
Distinguished Professor
Theory: Open quantum systems and decoherence, nonlinear dynamics and quantum chaos, theoretical quantum optics.
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Francisco Elohim Becerra
Assistant Professor
Experimental quantum optics, quantum communications, nonlinear optics, and quantum information.
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Ivan Deutsch
Regents’ Professor
Theoretical quantum optics/atomic molecular optical physics, quantum Information theory, quantum control and measurement, quantum computation and simulation, quantum chaos.

The University of Arizona

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Poul Jessen
Professor, UA
Quantum state preparation, dissipative quantum systems, optical lattices, laser cooling, trapping and manipulation of atoms and ions.

Local Partners

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Howard Barnum
Adjunct Professor
The theory of quantum computation and quantum information processing.
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Grant Biedermann
Research Associate Professor
Experiment: Implementations of quantum information processing in neutral-atom systems.
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Robin Blume-Kohout
Research Associate Professor
Theory: The nature of quantum knowledge and its implications for quantum information processing
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Malcolm Boshier
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Stephen Carr
Research Associate Professor
Experiment: Solid-state quantum information sci and tech, cryogenic thermal transport, transition edge sensing, quantum dot spectroscopy.
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Malcolm Carroll
Adjunct Associate Professor
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Yuan-Yu Jau
Adjunct Associate Professor
Theory: quantum information and optics, neutral atoms in laser traps.
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Andrew Landahl
Research Professor
Theory: Algorithms, error-correction, fault-tolerance, control, and computing architectures.
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Peter Schwindt
Adjunct Associate Professor
Quantum information processing in neutral-atom systems and on development of high-precision, compact atomic clocks.
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Rolando Somma
Research Associate Professor
Theory: development of quantum algorithms that can achieve speed-ups over classical algorithms