News on Quantum Physics 2013
Charlie Marcus selected as AAAS fellow
5 December 2013
Shivendra Upadhyay completed PhD thesis on Design of Indium Arsenide nanowire sensors for pH and biological sensing and low temperature transport through p-doped Indium Arsenide nanowires
2 December 2013
On the 29th of November, Shivendra Upadhyay successfully defended his PhD thesis entitled "Design of Indium Arsenide nanowire sensors for pH and biological sensing and low temperature transport through p-doped Indium Arsenide...
Jeppe Holm completed PhD thesis on Nanowire Growth for Photovoltaics
12 November 2013
Bohr & The Model: Lectures, film and exhibition
29 October 2013
Outreach: Charlie Marcus about quantum computing
1 October 2013
In this YouTube video, Charlie Marcus will be answering all your questions about quantum computing. How do you build a quantumcomputer? Is putting some 'qubits' (bits that are both 1 and 0 at the same time) in a black box enough?
MSc and BSc theses
20 August 2013
This summer, 12 MSc and BSc students defended their theses at QDev. Congratulations! Click here to read their theses.
Visiting PhD student J.T. Mlack
18 August 2013
J. T. Mlack, a Ph.D. student, is visiting QDev one year from Johns Hopkins University, from the lab of Nina Markovic. He obtained a fellowship to support this trip through a joint NSF DNRF program called NSF GRF Nordic Research Opportunity.
Quantum communication controlled by resonance in ‘artificial atoms’
6 August 2013
Researchers at NBI among others have developed a method to control a quantum bit for electronic quantum communication in a series of quantum dots, which behave like artificial atoms in the solid state
Peter Krogstrup appointed assistant professor at QDev on nanowire growth
1 August 2013