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)

 

“With the NSF’s generous support, which will combine with resources that MIT will devote as well as participation from a broad consortium of government and industry partners, we are going to tackle the educational and learning challenges in quantum information science with an innovative, interdisciplinary approach to training the new generation of QIS scientists and engineers.”

—Isaac Chuang, Director, iQuISE, and Associate Professor of Electrical Engineering and Associate Professor of Physics