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]

Fractional oscillations

March 2019
An electrical interferometer device has detected interference patterns that suggest anyons could be conclusively demonstrated in the near future. [Article from Nature Physics]

Long-distance quantum information exchange - success at the nanoscale

March 2019
At the Niels Bohr Institute, University of Copenhagen, researchers have realized the swap of electron spins between distant quantum dots. [Article from the Niels Bohr Institute]

New hurdle cleared in race toward quantum computing

March 2019
Congratulations to Jimmy on the work and results appearing in Nature Physics! [Purdue's today Article]

Station Q Purdue collaborates with Reilly group in Sydney on device architecture for coupling qubits

Station Q Purdue collaborates with Reilly group in Sydney on device architecture for coupling qubits

Congratulations to Candice Thomas and Anthony Hatke on publication of recent work on InAs/GaSb in Physical Review Materials

18 October
High-mobility InAs 2DEGs on GaSb substrates: A platform for mesoscopic quantum transport [PDF]

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Dr. Gardner quoted in article for Semiconductor Engineering

September 2018
Dr. Gardner quoted in article for Semiconductor Engineering. [Article from Semiconductor Engineering]

What Are the Limits of Manipulating Nature?

May 2018
What Are the Limits of Manipulating Nature? [PDF]