Overview of Quantum Technology Research
Quantum computing is a revolutionary information processing paradigm that harnesses quantum mechanics to tackle complex problems beyond classical computers’ reach. At its core, it manipulates information in fundamentally distinct ways. Entanglement is key in quantum computing, enabling qubits to be correlated regardless of physical separation. This leads to potent quantum algorithms, solving problems like large number factorization and quantum system simulation far more efficiently than classical methods.
Superconducting Josephson junctions give rise to macroscopic coherent states, offering unique advantages for the exploration of quantum technologies, including qubits, quantum sensing, and quantum communications. Our current research is dedicated to exploring the entangled states between qubits and nanomechanics. Imagine these states taking flight, much like ‘Sonogong,’ and traversing the air. This concept paves the way for the development of quantum networks employing flying qubits. Our research initiatives propose quantum connections through nanomechanical systems and the precise control of qubits via measurement techniques. Beyond our work on NEMS qubits, our research portfolio encompasses diverse topics, including topological materials, quantum optics, magnonics, and spintronics.
Professors and Laboratories
Department of Physics / professor Hee-Chuk Park
Quantum transportation in nanosystems.
박희철 교수님 < Quantum & Nano Theory Lab >
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Overall research theme : At the heart of our research endeavors lies the exploration of quantum transport within nano-systems, aimed at advancing the realm of quantum technologies encompassing qubits, quantum sensing, and quantum communications. Our focus extends beyond the conventional, delving into the fascinating domains of low-dimensional systems, nanomechanical systems, non-Hermitian systems, as well as hybrid quantum systems and interfaces. In the quantum landscape, the pivotal roles played by information transduction and precise measurement are prominent, guiding our quest towards innovative solutions.