News

5/10/2016:
Dr. Justin Brown (Physical Sciences Inc.) on “Atom-Based Instruments for Fundamental Physics and Applications”

5/3/2016:
May 5: Dr. Jeongwan Haah (MIT) on “Sample-optimal tomography of quantum states”

5/3/2016:
April 28: Yujia Yang (MIT) on “Quantum electron microscope: interaction-free measurement with electrons”

4/19/2016:
April 21: Dr. Brian Sawyer (Georgia Tech Research Institute) on “Trapped-Ion Quantum Information and Neutral-Atom Sensors”

4/19/2016:
April 14: Prof. Liang Fu (MIT) on “Majorana takes charge: from teleportation to quantum computation”

4/5/2016:
April 6: Dr. Will Oliver (Lincoln Labs/MIT) on “Quantum Information Science with Superconducting Qubits”

4/5/2016:
March 31: Prof. Aram Harrow (MIT) on “Simulated Quantum Annealing Can Be Exponentially Faster than Classical Simulated Annealing”

4/5/2016:
March 24: Dr. Landry Bretheau on “Quantum dynamics of an electromagnetic mode that cannot contain N photons”

3/22/2016:
March 17: Dr. Maris Ozols on “How to Permute Quantum Systems Continously”

3/22/2016:
March 10: Dr. Simon Gustavsson on “Non-exponential energy decay and quasi-particle fluctuations in a superconducting flux qubit”

3/22/2016:
March 3: Ted Yoder on “Constructing universal gates on quantum codes piece-by-piece”

2/29/2016:
Feb. 25: Prof. Susanne Yelin on “Entanglement and coherence in many-body dipolar systems”

2/29/2016:
Feb. 18: Dr. Saikat Guha on “Quantum rate limits of undecodable and undetectable optical communications”

2/29/2016:
Feb. 11: Dr. Hannes Bernien on “Loophole-free Bell inequality violation using electron spins separated by 1.3 kilometres”

2/2/2016:
Feb 4: Professor David Kaiser on “Testing Bell’s Inequality with Astrophysical Observations: Addressing the Settings-Independence Loophole”

12/15/2015:
Dec. 10: Dr. John Chiaverini (Lincoln Labs) on “Technologies for Scalable Trapped-Ion Quantum Information Processing”

12/4/2015:
Dec. 3: Professor Christoph Becher (Saarbrucken University) on “Prospects of SiV centers in diamond for quantum information”

11/17/2015:
Nov. 19: Professor Anatoli Polkovnikov (Boston University) on “Quantum chaos, ergodicity and the eigenstate thermalization hypothesis”

11/10/2015:
Nov. 12: Professor Adolfo del Campo (UMass, Boston) on “Shortcuts to adiabaticity”

11/3/2015:
Nov. 5: Matthew Reed (MIT) on “Electrically controlled qubits in silicon”

10/20/2015:
Oct 8: Professor Markus Greiner (Harvard) on “Measuring entanglement entropy via the interference of many-body twins”

10/20/2015:
Oct 15: Professor Adrian Feiguin (Northeastern University) on “Equilibrium density matrices as ground states of frustration-free Hamiltonians”

10/20/2015:
Oct 22: William Cody Burton on “Observation of Bose-Einstein Condensation in a Strong Synthetic Magnetic Field”

2/3/2015:
Feb 6th: Ice Cream Social 26-201 @ 4PM

2/2/2015:
Feb 2nd: Special Seminar by Dr. Denny Dahl (D-Wave Systems)

12/16/2014:
Feb 5th: (canceled) Spring Kickoff Seminar by Prof Ed Farhi (MIT)

10/13/2014:
Sept 26th: Ice Cream Social Success!

10/13/2014:
Upcoming BBN visit, and Thirsty Ear Social (7:30pm Friday, Oct 17)

9/16/2014:
Record high attendance at kickoff seminar by Co-Director and Prof. Seth Lloyd

9/11/2014:
Sept 18: Prof. Christopher King on “Quantum channels from a mathematical perspective”

9/2/2014:
Kick-off Seminar 2014: Prof. Seth Lloyd. Thursday Sept 11, 2014

8/26/2014:
Aug 26, 2014: iQuISE New Leadership Team

8/26/2014:
Sept 16, 2014: 2014 iQuISE group photoshoot

8/26/2014:
July 31, 2014: Prof. Michael Biercuk (School of Physics, University of Sidney) on “Control in Quantum Coherent Systems”

8/26/2014:
July 3, 2014: Prof. Apoorva Patel (Indian Institute of Science, Bangalore) on “Optimization of Quantum Hamiltonian Evolution“

8/26/2014:
May 15, 2014: Brendan Shields (Mikhail Lukin’s group, Harvard University) on “Charge and spin dynamics in NV centers”

8/26/2014:
May 8, 2014: Faraz Najavi (Karl Berggren’s group, MIT) on “Scalable integration of single-photon detectors on a photonic chip”

8/26/2014:
May 1, 2014: Dr. Zheshen Zhang (Jeff Shapiro’s group, MIT) on “High-dimensional quantum key distribution”

8/26/2014:
April 24, 2014: Dr. Jonathan Hodges (Diamond nanotechnologies)

8/26/2014:
April 17, 2014: Prof. Aspuru-Guzik (Harvard University) on “Quantum algorithms and quantum simulation”

8/26/2014:
April 10,2014: Matthew Coudron (Peter Shor’s Group, MIT) on “Device Independent Randomness Expansion”

8/26/2014:
Mar 28, 2014: Prof. Dieter Suter (TU Dortmund, Germany) on “Towards reliable quantum computing”

8/26/2014:
Mar 27, 2014: Dr. Mahdi Hosseini (Vuletic Group, MIT) on “Versatile atomic memory for optical information and optomechanical sensing with nanowires and cavity mirrors”

3/6/2014:
Feb 19, 2014: Research Talks, presented by Prof. Dirk Englund and Dr. Franco Wong

3/6/2014:
Feb 3, 2014: RLE Immersion Rapid Research Talks on Quantum Computation and Communication

9/25/2013:
Sept 19 – David Lucas (Oxford) and iQuISE group Photo

10/9/2009:
Quantum computing may actually be useful

9/23/2008:
QIS Common room grand opening

8/4/2008:
MIT awarded $3M for training program in quantum information science

7/1/2008:
Quantum Information Science Teaching Laboratory (QISTL)

 

“The iQuISE program represents a bold step forward to coalesce and cohere the education and research training that will produce a new generation of quantum information researchers for our nation.”

—Claude R. Canizares, Bruno Rossi Professor of Physics, Vice President for Research, and Associate Provost