Our current research interests in condensed matter theory and quantum information are:
- dissipative phase transitions of interacting photons in circuit QED arrays
- quantum coherence in micrometer and nanometer scale systems,
- applications of circuit QED in quantum computation and quantum simulation
Our research follows two main thrusts: the theoretical study of nonequilibrium physics and dissipative phase transitions of interacting photons in circuit QED arrays, and the improvement of coherence and control of the next generation of superconducting qubits. Most of our work is carried out in close collaboration with the labs of David Schuster (University of Chicago) and Andrew Houck (Princeton University).
Present and Past Collaborations
Karyn Le Hur
Felix von Oppen