Research: Publications: Phd Thesis

2022
  1. T. Dordevic A nanophotonic quantum interface for atoms in optical tweezers. Harvard University, 2022.
  2. H. Son Collisional Cooling and Magnetic Control of Reactions in Ultracold Spin-polarized NaLi+ Na Mixture. Harvard University, 2022.
  3. Philip Rich Effects of Surface Ion Milling on Ion Trap Heating. MIT, May 2022.
  4. D. Wang Engineering Quantum Optical Matter: Defects, Entanglement, and Chemical Reactivity. Harvard University, 2022.
  5. B. Mukherjee Homogeneous quantum gases: strongly interacting fermions and rotating bosonic condensates. MIT, 2022.
  6. P. Peng NMR studies of quantum thermalization. MIT, 2022.
  7. K. Rezai Probing dynamics of a two-dimensional dipolar spin ensemble. Harvard University, 2022.
  8. H. Zhou Quantum Many-Body Physics and Quantum Metrology with Floquet-Engineered Interacting Spin Systems. Harvard University, 2022.
  9. T. Patti Quantum Systems for Computation and Vice Versa. Harvard University, 2022.
  10. P. Patel Quantum transport in strongly interacting, ultracold Fermi gases in box potentials. MIT, 2022.
  11. Z. Yan Quasi-particle Breakdown and Heat Transport in a Homogeneous Strongly-interacting Fermi Gas. MIT, 2022.
2021
  1. A. Hebert A dipolar erbium quantum gas microscope. Harvard University, 2021.
  2. R. Schittko A method of preparing individual excited eigenstates of small quantum many-body systems. Harvard University, 2021.
  3. P. Samutpraphoot A quantum network node based on nanophotonic interface for atoms in optical tweezers. Harvard University, 2021.
  4. L. Liu Building Single Molecules – Reactions, Collisions, and Spectroscopy of Two Atoms. Harvard University, 2021.
  5. L. Zhou Complexity, algorithms, and applications of programmable quantum many-body systems. Harvard University, 2021.
  6. M. Bhaskar Diamond nanophotonic quantum networks. Harvard University, 2021.
  7. Bartholomeus Machielse Electronic and nanophotonic integration of a quantum network node in diamond. Harvard University, 2021.
  8. A. Krahn Erbium gas quantum microscope. Harvard University, 2021.
  9. J. Stuart Integrated Technologies and Control Techniques for Trapped Ion Array Architectures. MIT, 2021.
  10. T. Andersen Local electronic and optical phenomena in two-dimensional materials. Harvard University, 2021.
  11. B.L. Augenbraun Methods for Direct Laser Cooling of Polyatomic Molecules. Harvard University, 2021.
  12. E. Urbach Nanoscale Magnetometry with Single Spin Qubits in Diamond. Harvard University, 2021.
  13. E. Rosenfeld Novel techniques for control and transduction of solid-state spin qubits. Harvard University, 2021.
  14. B. Dwyer NV centers are local probes of two-dimensional materials. Harvard University, 2021.
  15. Luke Qi Optimizing Ion-Shuttling Operations in Trapped-Ion Quantum Computers. MIT, 2021.
  16. Q. Wang Phase transitions in Dipole-Dipole Interacting Atomic Systems. MIT, 2021.
  17. S. Cantu Photon-Photon Interactions Mediate by Rydberg Polaritons. MIT, 2021.
  18. H. Levine Quantum information processing and quantum simulation with programmable Rydberg atom arrays. Harvard University, 2021.
  19. A. Keesling Contreras Quantum simulation and quantum information processing with programmable Rydberg atom arrays. Harvard University, 2021.
  20. W. Chung Quantum Simulation of Spin-1 Physics with Bosons. MIT, 2021.
  21. P. Jepsen Spin dynamics in a tunable Heisenberg model realized with ultracold atoms. MIT, December 2021.
  22. Y.-X. Liu 
Hamiltonian Engineering for Quantum Sensing and Quantum Simulation. MIT, 2021.
2020
  1. D. Wild Algorithms and Platforms for Quantum Science and Technology. Harvard University, 2020.
  2. C. Nguyen Building quantum networks using diamond nanophotonics. Harvard University, 2020.
  3. W. Lunden Development of a new Dy quantum gas experiment. MIT, 2020.
  4. D. Layden Device- and Application-Adapted Quantum Error Correction. MIT, 2020.
  5. Z. Yan From strongly interacting Bose-Fermi mixtures to ultracold dipolar molecules. MIT, 2020.
  6. A. Kabcenell Hybrid Quantum Systems with Nitrogen Vacancy Centers and Mechanical Resonators. Harvard University, 2020.
  7. L. Baum Laser cooling and 1D magneto-optical trapping of calcium monohydroxide. Harvard University, 2020.
  8. F. Top p-wave Collisions in Ultracold Fermions. MIT, 2020.
  9. A. Venkatramani Quantum nonlinear optics: controlling few-photon interactions. Harvard University, 2020.
  10. I. Dimitrova Realizing quantum spin models with 7Li atoms in an optical lattice. MIT, 2020.
  11. I. Counts Surface Friction and Spectroscopic Probes of New Physics with Trapped Ions. MIT, 2020.
2018
  1. S. Mouradian A Scalable Quantum Computation Platform: Solid State Quantum Memories Coupled to Photonic Integrated Circuits. MIT, 2018.
  2. R. Evans An integrated diamond nanophotonics platform for quantum optics. Harvard University, 2018.
  3. B. Braverman Cavity Quantum Electrodynamics with Ensembles of Ytterbium-171 Atoms. MIT, 2018.
  4. Saumil Bandyopadhyay Frequency Down-Conversion for Quantum Networking with Nitrogen-Vacancy Centers in Diamond. MIT, 2018.
  5. M. Trusheim Nanoscale Engineering of Spin-Based Quantum Devices in Diamond. MIT, 2018.
  6. A. Safira NV Magnetic Noise Sensing and Quantum Information Processing, and Levitating Micromagnets over Type-II Superconductors. Harvard University, 2018.
  7. J. Perczel Topological Quantum Optics in Two-dimensional Atomic Lattices. MIT, 2018.
2017
  1. M. Goldman Coherent Optical Control of Atom-Like Defects in Diamond: Probing Internal Dynamics and Environmental Interactions. Harvard, 2017.
  2. C. Kennedy Creating Novel Quantum States of Ultracold Bosons in Optical Lattices. MIT, June 2017.
  3. J. Hu Light-induced Many-body Correlations in Ultracold Gases. MIT, 2017.
  4. M. Tai Microscopy of interacting quantum systems. Harvard, May 2017.
  5. I. Lovchinsky Nanoscale Magnetic Resonance Spectroscopy Using Individual Spin Qubits. Harvard, 2017.
  6. S. Alsid Optimizing chemical-vapor-deposition diamond for nitrogen-vacancy center ensemble magnetometry. MIT, 2017.
  7. A. Mazurenko Probing Long Range Antiferromagnetism and Dynamics in the Fermi-Hubbard Model. Harvard, May 2017.
  8. A. Sipahigil Quantum optics with diamond color centers coupled to nanophotonic devices. Harvard, 2017.
  9. Q. Liang Strongly interacting photonic gas with cold Rydberg atoms. MIT, 2017.
2016
  1. A. Cooper Coherent control of electron spins in diamond for quantum information science and quantum sensing. MIT, 2016.
  2. M. Parsons Probing the Hubbard model with single-site resolution. Harvard University, May 2016.
  3. A. Ajoy Quantum Assisted Sensing, Simulation and Control. MIT, 2016.