Quantum Computation & Simulation

The promise that quantum computers can tackle problems beyond the reach of today’s most powerful supercomputers is driving research worldwide in universities and businesses. At CQT, we work on a broad array of research problems in quantum computing and simulation. Our team includes computer scientists designing quantum algorithms, theorists working on approaches to error correction and experimentalists developing quantum hardware.


Dagomir Kaszlikowski

Area Keywords: origins of quantum supremacy

David Wilkowski

Area Keywords: gauge field, mesoscopic, topological physics, ultracold quantum gases

Dimitris G. Angelakis

Area Keywords: algorithms, analogue quantum systems, machine learning, noisy-intermediate scale quantum computers, optimisation, quantum chemistry, quantum supremacy, simulators

Divesh Aggarwal

Area Keywords: algorithms, complexity

Dzmitry Matsukevich

Area Keywords: trapped ions

Hartmut Klauck

Area Keywords: algorithms, complexity

Kai Dieckmann

Area Keywords: dipolar molecules, quantum simulation with optical lattices, ultracold quantum gases

Kwek Leong Chuan

Area Keywords: algorithms, boson sampling, machine learning, noisy-intermediate scale quantum computers, quantum chemistry

Loh Huanqian

Area Keywords: atomic qubits, quantum simulation, tweezer arrays

Manas Mukherjee

Area Keywords: Bose Hubbard, Kibble Zurek, thermodynamics, trapped ions

Marco Tomamichel

Area Keywords: algorithms

Miklos Santha

Area Keywords: algorithms, complexity

Ng Hui Khoon

Area Keywords: fault-tolerant quantum computing, noise, quantum error correction

Rahul Jain

Area Keywords: algorithms, complexity, machine learning

Rainer Dumke

Area Keywords: atomtronics, fluxonium, hybrid, superconducting qubits

Travis Nicholson

Area Keywords: atomic qubits, optical lattices, ultracold atoms

Vlatko Vedral

Area Keywords: discord

Wenhui Li

Area Keywords: atom-light interaction, Rydberg physics, strongly correlated systems, ultracold atoms

Yvonne Gao

Area Keywords: quantum information, solid state physics, superconducting qubits