Quantum Computing

superconducting qubits

Quantum control of an oscillator using a stimulated Josephson nonlinearity (Houck Lab)

Future computers harnessing quantum entanglement and measurement can solve certain problems more efficiently. Research at Princeton spans a large number of physical platforms for quantum computing, from laser cooled neutral atoms and molecules, to superconducting circuits, to electrons confined in solid state defects and patterned electrodes. Our full stack approach spans work on new platforms, device and systems engineering, and new quantum control and quantum error correction schemes.