Our group studies quantum mechanical phenomena in mesoscopic structures. Our present focus is on single-spin qubits in semiconductor quantum dots and on electronic transport in mesoscopic graphene devices. To do so, we fabricate nanoscale devices and perform low-noise electronic measurements at milliKelvin temperatures employing microwave and pulsed technology. We are interested in the basic properties of these systems as well as in possible applications in quantum information processing.
Motivated students: apply!
Openings become available all year round.
- PhD/postdoc candidates, please contact Prof. Vandersypen.
- MSc/BSc students, click here.
News from QT
- IUPAP Young Scienze Prize in Low Temperature Physics for Leo DiCarlo
- Beam me up, Delft – Volkskrant 5 april 2014
- Steering by peeking: Physicists control quantum particles by looking at them
- Physicists correct quantum errors
- Christopher Watson awarded Shell Young Talent Graduation Prize