We use theoretical techniques to understand the quantum properties of nano materials, focussing on quantum information processing and energy harvesting.
Please have a browse of this website and if you would like more information on any aspects of our work, please email Brendon Lovett.Tweets by Brendon Lovett
Paper with Giuseppe Pica on why germanium is a good material for quantum computing out in Phys. Rev. B
Paper with Erik Gauger, Amir Fruchtman, Rafa Gomez-Bombarelli out in Phys. Rev. Lett.
Congratulations to Elliott for passing his viva and becoming Dr Levi!
Paper on how to do quantum computing in Germanium accepted for publication in Phys. Rev. B
Helen, Aidan and Brendon together with Keeling group put on Quantum digits and dances exhibit for Exploration ’16
Paper Photocell Optimisation Using Dark State Protection by Brendon, in collaboration with Oxford, Harvard and Heriot Watt Universities accepted in Physical Review Letters
Paper `Quantum capacitance and charge sensing of a superconducting double dot' by Brendon, in collaboration with Hitachi Cambridge Laboratory, accepted in Applied Physics Letters
Paper by Elliott, Peter and Brendon on designing geometries for spin channels published in Phys. Rev. A
Aidan, Brendon and Peter presenting work at DOQS 2016
Paper by Elliott, Peter and Brendon on designing geometries for spin channels accepted in Phys. Rev. A
Quantum digits and dances exhibit of this and Keeling group accepted for Exploration ’16