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Prof. Baugh served as editor and co-author for the article “Roadmap on quantum nanotechnologies“, newly published by IOP Nanotechnology. Baugh, together with co-editor Dr. Arne Laucht (UNSW), conceived of the roadmap and invited nearly 30 expert co-authors to contribute. Here is … Continue reading
Kyle successfully defended his PhD thesis, “Carbon nanotube electromechanical systems: Non-linear dynamics and self-oscillation”, on April 21, 2020. Congrats Kyle! His most recent work led to the publication Self-driven oscillation in Coulomb blockaded suspended carbon nanotubes in Physical Review Research. Earlier work resulted … Continue reading
We are seeking highly motivated students for MSc or PhD positions to start Fall 2019. Projects are available on several semiconductor nano-electronics platforms: silicon quantum dots for scalable spin qubits single/entangled photon source for quantum illumination high spin-orbit 2D electron gas … Continue reading
“Network architecture for a topological quantum computer in silicon” has been published in IOP’s Quantum Science and Technology journal. We introduce a design for a large-scale surface code quantum processor based on a node/network approach for semiconductor quantum dot spin … Continue reading
Prof. Baugh quoted in the MIT Technology Review Earlier press coverage from the announcement of our DRDC-funded project: BBC article Motherboard article Record article (local paper)
Prof. Baugh received a Research Leader Award from the Waterloo Institute for Nanotechnology on June 5, 2018. At left is WIN Executive Director Sushantra Mitra, and at right is VP Research Charmaine Dean.
Prof. Baugh explains how nanoelectronics devices like quantum dots can serve as platforms for scalable quantum information processors to visiting high school student Cassia Attard. (May 1, 2018)
Our $2.7 million project with Defence Research and Development Canada was announced on Thursday, April 12 by Honourable Bardish Chagger, Minister of Small Business and Tourism and our local Waterloo MP, at a press conference hosted at RAC. It is a … Continue reading
Professor Baugh and the Coherent Spintronics lab were featured recently in an article and video as part of IQC’s Annual Report.
Prof. Baugh attended the OCE Discovery technology fair on May 9 in Toronto, and presented his work on “Nanowire-based infrared photodetectors” to the global Chief Technology Officer of Lockheed Martin, Dr. Keoki Jackson (far left in photo). The work is … Continue reading