People: Renate Landig

Postdoctoral Fellow


Renate Landig is currently studying Physics at the Technical University of
Munich, where she is expected to receive her diploma (eqivalent to a master’s
degree) by the end of 2010.
During her study she did experimental research at the Max-Planck Institute for
Quantum Optics in Garching, Germany.
Since Sept. 2008 she is a visiting student in the Ion Trapping group of Prof.
Vladan Vuletic.

  1. J. Choi, H. Zhou, R. Landig, G. Kucsko, P. Maurer, H. Park, M. Lukin, H.-Y. Wu, X. Yu, S. E. Stetina, S. E. Mango, D. Needleman, and A. Samuel. Probing and manipulating embryogenesis via nanoscale thermometry and temperature control. PNAS, 117(26):14636-14641, 2020.
  2. H. Zhou, J. Choi, S. Choi, R. Landig, P. Cappellaro, H. Knowles, H. Park, M. Lukin, A. Douglas, J. Isoya, F. Jelezko, S. Onoda, and H. Sumiya. Quantum Metrology with Strongly Interacting Spin Systems. Phys. Rev. X, 10(031003), 2020.
  3. J. Choi, H. Zhou, H. Knowles, R. Landig, S. Choi, M. Lukin, Robust Dynamic Hamiltonian Engineering of Many-Body Spin Systems. Phys. Rev. X, 10(031002), 2020.
  4. J. Choi, H. Zhou, S. Choi, R. Landig, W.W. Ho, D. Abanin, M. Lukin, Junichi Isoya, Fedor Jelezko, Shinobu Onoda, and Hitoshi Sumiya. Probing quantum thermalization of a disordered dipolar spin ensemble with discrete time-crystalline order. Phys. Rev. Lett, 122(043603), February 2019.
  5. R. Landig, J. Choi, H. Zhou, X. Liao, M. Lukin, H. Park, M. S. Chan, and P. K. Lo. Stepwise ligand-induced self-assembly for facile fabrication of nanodiamond-gold nanoparticle dimers via non-covalent biotin-streptavidin interactions. Nano Lett, 19, February 2019.
  6. S. Choi, J. Choi, R. Landig, G. Kucsko, E. Demler, M. Lukin, H. Zhou, H. Sumiya, V. Khemani, C. von Keyserlingk, and N.Y. Yao. Observation of discrete time-crystalline order in a disordered dipolar many-body system. Nature, 221–225, May 2017.
Fri September 9, 2011

Quantum computing with light

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