Solid-state quantum computation group

One major goal of nanoscience is to controllably and coherently manipulate information stored in quantum states, important for applications for solid state quantum computing. Here our group studies various approaches to identifying and manipulating quantum information process using the spin of individual electrons.

Also of interest are the interactions between different kinds of quantum systems— a single quantum dot coupled to the quantized light modes of a microfabricated structure such as superconducting resonant. This is the intersection of condensed matter physics and quantum optics and is very useful for the coupling solid-state to optical qubits.

Researchers are at the beginning of a new era in quantum manipulation, and the next decade will be decisive in determining how far and how fast this new field can grow.



This work was funded by National Basic Research Programme of China, the Innovation funds from Chinese Academy of Sciences, and National Natural Science Foundation of China.