Manfra Group says goodbye and congratulations to Greg Zaborski

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

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]

Saeed Fallahi

Congratulations to Saeed Fallah for successfully defending his Ph.D thesis

June 2019
Congratulations to Saeed Fallah for successfully defending his Ph.D thesis.

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]