Sunday, April 19, 2009
Christopher Altman, USA, Netherlands, University, Quantum Information Science and Technology
US graduate research, consulting and coursework in Applied Physics, Kavli Institute of Nanoscience, TU Delft.
Research foci include advanced research and development initiatives at the confluence of quantum mechanics and information science — coherence and entanglement in solid-state superconducting nanoelectronics; Josephson junction dynamics; adaptive quantum networks.
Cohærence * Macroscopic Quantum Phenomena
Tracking advanced research and development initiatives at the confluence of quantum mechanics and information science
Theme: Quantum information technology, disruptive technologies, high-performance computing, supercomputing, solid-state quantum computation, novel quantum devices, Josephson junctions, macroscopic quantum coherence, Leggett inequality, flux qubit, rsfq, htmt, rapid single flux quantum, hybrid technology multithreaded, adaptive quantum networks, nonlinear dynamics