Events List

DateEvent TypeSpeaker
04/02/2024Astro SeminarThales Gutcke [ + ]
04/02/2024Grad Pheno Journal Club [ + ]
04/03/2024ArXiv DiscussionHEP/Pheno Journal Club [ + ]
04/03/2024HEP SeminarTaewook Youn [ + ]
04/04/2024Physics Dept ColloquiumItai Cohen [ + ]
04/05/2024HEP Discussion SessionsZare [ + ]
04/09/2024Astro SeminarMatthew McQuinn [ + ]
04/10/2024Special SeminarOr Graur [ + ]
04/10/2024HEP SeminarClifford Cheung [ + ]
04/11/2024Physics Dept ColloquiumKaren Kasza [ + ]
04/12/2024HEP Discussion SessionsZare [ + ]
04/16/2024Grad Pheno Journal Club [ + ]
04/17/2024ArXiv DiscussionHEP/Pheno Journal Club [ + ]
04/17/2024HEP SeminarDeog Ki Hong [ + ]
04/17/2024Cosmic Happy HourTony Zhou [ + ]
04/18/2024Informal HEP TalkThomas Faulkner [ + ]
04/18/2024Physics Dept ColloquiumJohn Eiler [ + ]
04/19/2024Informal HEP TalkEdward Mazenc [ + ]
04/19/2024Special SeminarJohn Eiler [ + ]
04/19/2024HEP Discussion SessionsZare [ + ]
04/22/2024CCPP Brown BagDavid Hogg [ + ]
04/23/2024Astro SeminarNikhil Padmanabhan [ + ]
04/23/2024Grad Pheno Journal Club [ + ]
04/24/2024HEP SeminarT Daniel Brennan [ + ]
04/25/2024Oral DefenseNicholas Faucher [ + ]
04/25/2024Physics Dept ColloquiumDavid Awschalom [ -- ]

Title: The Quantum Revolution: Emerging Technologies at the Atomic Scale
Abstract: Traditional electronics are rapidly approaching the length scale of atoms and molecules. In this regime, a single atom out of place can have outsized negative consequences and so scaling down classical technologies requires ever-more perfect control of materials. Surprisingly, one of the most promising pathways out of this conundrum may emerge from current efforts to embrace these atomic ‘defects’ to construct devices that enable new information processing, communication, and sensing technologies based on the quantum nature of electrons and atomic nuclei. In addition to their charge, individual defects in semiconductors and molecules possess an electronic spin state that can be employed as a quantum bit. These qubits can be manipulated and read using a simple combination of light and microwaves with a built-in optical interface and retain their quantum properties over millisecond to second timescales. With these foundations in hand, we discuss emerging opportunities and the importance of collaborating with industry to atomically-engineer qubits for nuclear memories, entangled registers, sensors and networks for science and technology. (4:00 PM - 5:30 PM, 726 Broadway, 940, CCPP Seminar)
04/26/2024HEP Discussion SessionsZare [ + ]
04/29/2024CCPP Brown BagGiovanni Verza [ + ]
04/30/2024Astro SeminarAnna Suliga [ + ]
04/30/2024Grad Pheno Journal Club [ + ]