We do research on quantum information and computation. We study the use of quantum computers for physics simulations. We use quantum algorithms to explore dynamical systems and study of potential physical realizations of quantum computers both theoretically and experimentally.

We are interested in

  • Decoherence and the physics of the quantum to classical boundary
  • Quantum thermodynamics
  • Fundamental light-mater interactions
  • Quantum metrology

Our group has a theory and an experimental division:

Also we work closely with experimental colleges at CITEDEF: