Former IU physics undergraduate Josh Apanavicius will soon be the first to complete the new Indiana University MS degree program in Quantum Information Science. This degree program design was led by physics department professor W. M. Snow with help from many members of the IU Quantum Science and Engineering Center, was approved by the Indiana […]
A physics lab and a woodshop might seem worlds apart, but for one professor at Indiana University, they have something in common: They’re both places where you can get your hands dirty. “I’m an experimentalist, not a theorist, which means I like to work with my hands,” says Phil Richerme, an assistant professor in the […]
When Babak Seradjeh was growing up, he was keen about astronomy. The cosmos was “the target for my imagination,” he says. “But then I came down to Earth.” What captures the IU physicist’s imagination now are the mysteries surrounding us in this world, what he calls “real science fiction.” In Seradjeh’s case, those mysteries have […]
IU-Purdue Quantum Science mini-symposium, March 9, 2020: Faculty from IU, Bloomington and Purdue University meet on the Bloomington campus to discuss cutting-edge research on quantum simulation, entanglement and quantum materials.
IU’s Quantum Science and Engineering Center focuses on studying the possibilities of quantum theory, the center’s scientific director Gerardo Ortiz said. A team from the physics department got $3 million to go toward the new center from a research competition in 2018. The center focuses on studying the possibilities of quantum theory, the center’s scientific […]
The new Quantum Science and Engineering Center on the Indiana University Bloomington campus will study possibilities created by quantum theory, focusing on quantum entanglement. Scientists have found over the last two decades that entanglement can radically alter technologies including cryptography and computing. “There is significant quantum-related research going at IU in physics, mathematics, chemistry and […]
IU’s Quantum Science and Engineering Center brings faculty together to advance global impact of quantum research Indiana University has established a new research center to pursue the rapidly developing field of quantum science and engineering. The new Quantum Science and Engineering Center will investigate possibilities created by the strange properties of quantum theory, particularly the phenomenon […]
Babak Seradjeh, associate professor in the Department of Physics at IU Bloomington, sits down to talk about Quantum Simulation. Babaks’ Webpage http://pages.iu.edu/~babaks/ Department of Physics Webpage https://web.physics.indiana.edu/
IU Faculty Profs. Srinivasan Iyengar (PI), Phil Richerme, Amr Sabry, and Jeremy Smith will collaborate in this four-year research project funded by the National Science Foudnation
IU Faculty Profs. Phil Richerme (PI), Gerardo Ortiz, and Babak Seradjeh will collaborate in this joint experimental-theoretical effort to create and characterize highly-entangled, exotic quantum materials. This project is funded by the Department of Energy.