Attila Geresdi works on topological quantum computing in low dimensional nanoscale semiconductor systems. His research aims at developing novel topological platforms with the goal of demonstrating quantum bits with inherent topological protection.
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Srijit Goswami works on nanoscale superconductor-semiconductor hybrids for applications in topological quantum computation. His research focuses on developing scalable two-dimensional systems for the study of Majorana physics.
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Leo Kouwenhoven works on topological quantum computing using Majorana fermions that were first observed in Leo’s lab in Delft. The current challenge is to operate Majoranas as qubits and manipulate the qubit states by exchanging Majoranas, i.e. a braiding gate, and to demonstrate non-Abelian statistics. That is a mouthful for saying that Majorana qubits are protected against decoherence. The concepts of topological states and protection are deep and non-trivial and our experimental approach should clarify which concepts are only theoretical and which lead to special properties in electronic devices.
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