Lukin Group Theses

2021 Theses

  • Alexander Keesling - Quantum Simulation and Quantum Information Processing with Programmable Rydberg Atom Arrays
  • Leo Zhou - Complexity, Algorithms, and Applications of Programmable Quantum Many-body Systems
  • Emma Rosenfeld - Novel techniques for control and transduction of Solid-state spin qubits
  • Bo Dwyer - NV centers as local probes of two-dimensional materials
  • Harry Levine - Quantum information processing and quantum simulation with programmable Rydberg atom arrays
  • Polnop Samutpraphoot - A quantum network node based on a nanophotonic interface for atoms in optical tweezers
  • Bart Machielse - Electronic and Nanophotonic Integration of a Quantum Network Node in Diamond
  • Mihir Bhaskar - Diamond nanophotonic quantum networks

2020 Theses

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2005 Theses

 

For theses prior to 2005, please see the Physics Department list of theses.