Prof. Michael Manfra named Distinguished Professor of Physics and Astronomy by the Purdue Board of Trustees

February 2020
Prof. Michael Manfra named Distinguished Professor of Physics and Astronomy by the Purdue Board of Trustees. [Article from Purdue Today]

Manfra Group welcomes Dr. Mustafa Mert Torunbalci to Microsoft Quantum Purdue

January 2020
Manfra Group welcomes Dr. Mustafa Mert Torunbalci to Microsoft Quantum Purdue.

Manfra Group says goodbye to Dr. Aymeric Tuaz as he completes his post-doctoral researcher position at Microsoft Quantum Purdue

December 2019
Manfra Group says goodbye to Dr. Aymeric Tuaz as he completes his post-doctoral researcher position at Microsoft Quantum Purdue.

Manfra Group says goodbye to Dr. Guihua (Rose) Zhou as she moves on to her new Research Engineer position with A.O. Smith

November 2019
Manfra Group says goodbye to Dr. Guihua (Rose) Zhou as she moves on to her new Research Engineer position with A.O. Smith.

Manfra Group welcomes Dr. Kasun Premasiri and Dr. Ahmed Abdelrahman to Microsoft Quantum Purdue

November 2019
Manfra Group welcomes Dr. Kasun Premasiri and Dr. Ahmed Abdelrahman to Microsoft Quantum Purdue.

Manfra Group says goodbye and congratulations to Greg Zaborski on giving his intern final talk, "Understanding AFM Limitations for Selective Area Growth Nanowire Characterization"

September 2019
Manfra Group says goodbye and congratulations to Greg Zaborski on giving his intern final talk, "Understanding AFM Limitations for Selective Area Growth Nanowire Characterization."

Manfra Group says goodbye to Dr. Candice Thomas as she moves on to her new Engineer-Researcher position at CEA-LETI in Grenoble, France

August 2019
Manfra Group says goodbye to Dr. Candice Thomas as she moves on to her new Engineer-Researcher position at CEA-LETI in Grenoble, France.

Purdue receives funding to investigate how electronic excitations interfere

August 2019
On the frontier of quantum computing, scientists are exploring how electronic excitations – collective behavior of many electrons acting in concert – behave differently in comparison to ordinary electrons. [Article from Purdue Today]

New robust device may scale up quantum tech, researchers say

April 2019
Study shows evidence of topological superconductivity in planar structures. [Article from Purdue Today]