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UVa Quartet At The Center Of Efforts To Gain U.S. Edge

Thursday, November 8 2018

UVAToday has a nice article highlighting UVa's expertise in quantum optical physics and photonics engineering:

A University of Virginia physics professor and three UVA engineering professors are members of three new multi-disciplinary, multi-university teams that are seeking new understanding of quantum science for the development of practical, extremely high-tech tools – including the long-dreamed-of and sought-after quantum computer.


Physics professor Olivier Pfister is the principal investigator for one of the teams, with a mission to develop integrated “quantum photonics” on a computer chip, allowing light beams in mini-circuits to be used for quantum computing. The team includes electrical and computer engineering professors Joe Campbell, Andreas Beling, and Xu Yi. They are operating on a $750,000 NSF grant.

See full article at https://news.virginia.edu/content/quantum-challenge-uva-quartet-center-efforts-gain-us-edge

Tags: Olivier Pfister Atomic, Molecular, and Optical Physics Quantum Information