A Purdue University press release recognized the Manfra Group's experimental evidence of anyons, which was also featured on the cover of Nature Physics, Volume 16 Issue 9. [Article from Purdue University News]
Manfra Group says goodbye to Dr. Alexander Senichev as he moves on to work with Prof. Shalaev in Purdue's School of Electrical and Computer Engineering developing new materials for quantum photonic devices.
Manfra Group says goodbye to Dr. Jake Roark.
Physicists have reported what could be the first incontrovertible evidence for the existence of unusual particle-like objects called anyons, which were first proposed more than 40 years ago. [Article from Nature News]
Congratulations to James Nakamura for successfully defending his Ph.D thesis.
Manfra Group welcomes Mykola Chernyashevskyy to Microsoft Quantum Purdue.
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.