People: Yufei Ge

Graduate Student


Yufei Ge is a graduate student in the Physics department at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology. She works in the Quanta Group on ion trap fabrication. Her research interests include correlation between ion heating rates and details of the fabrication procedure and integrating optical fibers into ion traps. She received a Bachelor’s degree in Physics from Nanjing University (2002) and a Master’s in Microelectronics and Solid State Electronics from Nanjing University (2005) before entering MIT.

  1. M. Shi, Y. Ge, M. Cetina, and I. Chuang. Microfabricated surface ion trap on a high-finesse optical mirror. Opt. Lett., 36:3045-3047, 2011.
  2. Y. Ge, J. Labaziewicz, and R. Shewmon. Demonstration of a quantum logic gate in a cryogenic surface-electrode ion trap. Phys. Rev. A, 81:062332, 2010.
  3. S. Wang, Y. Ge, I. Chuang, J. Labaziewicz, and R. Shewmon. Individual addressing of ions using magnetic field gradients in a surface-electrode ion trap. App. Phys. Lett., 94:094103, 2009.
  4. Y. Ge, P. Antohi, D. Leibrandt, I. Chuang, J. Labaziewicz, and K.R. Brown. Suppression of Heating Rates in Cryogenic Surface-Electrode Ion Traps.. Phys. Rev. Lett., 100:13001, 2008.