David Elkouss works on protocols and numerical methods to realise a large-scale quantum network. His group works mainly on novel error correction codes, quantum network protocol benchmarks and quantum network simulators within the quantum internet and networked computing roadmap.
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Slava Doborovitski’s group studies the physics of quantum hardware in order to realise and control quantum computing and communication systems. His specific interests include the physics of spin qubits in quantum dots and NV centers in diamond. Slava’s group closely collaborates with experimentalists in the fault tolerant and quantum internet roadmap.
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Stephanie Wehner’s goal is to overcome the theoretical challenges in realising and applying a large-scale quantum internet. To this end, her group develops new network applications, protocols to route quantum bits over large distances, tests for benchmarking quantum networks, and designs for quantum repeaters.
Stephanie’s group closely collaborates with the experimental labs at QuTech, both to implement new applications and to inspire and guide new theory that can overcome challenges presented by practical implementations. Stephanie is the roadmap leader of QuTech’s quantum internet and networked computing efforts.
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Michael Wimmer’s research revolves around the field of mesoscopic conductors and superconductors. This includes graphene and topological aspects of condensed matter physics, such as topological insulators and superconductors, and Majorana bound states, as well as spintronics and the effects of disorder. Numerical simulations play a large role in the work of Michael’s group, which is developing new algorithms that are applicable to performing such simulations. His group closely collaborates with the experimental efforts in the topological quantum computing roadmap.
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