Simple, non-resistive circuits of Aluminium or Niobium that become quantum devices at cryogenic temperatures.
Hundreds of charge particles floating in an oscillating electromagnetic field to engineer an artificial computer or simulator.
One-by-one trapping of atoms at nanoKelvin temperatures using light, to create exotic states of matter.
Our work addresses challenging fundamental problems of science, as well as practical applications for the near or mid-term future
Devices that solve challenging problems, from optimization and combinatorics, to complex physics and chemistry calculations.
Simulating exotic quantum states of matter in the lab, from new materials, to particle physics and quantum field experiments.
Designing new sensors, clocks, laserss, interferometers and other devices to accurately measure, detect or even image.