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Ncamiso Khanyile presents at MOLSPEC

Ncamiso "JB" Khanyile will present his work towards measuring CaH+ overtones at the International Symposium on Molecular Spectroscopy this Thursday in session RB. Radicals and Ions .

Brown Lab at DAMOP 2013


(Photo Credit: Martin St-Amant - Wikipedia - CC-BY-SA-3.0)

Members of the Brown lab presented at DAMOP 2013 in Quebec City.

C5.00005 Robust quantum control of 171Yb+ qubits in a surface-trap with integrated microwave elements True Merrill

James Goeders defends PhD thesis

James Goeders successfully defended his thesis Resolved Sideband Spectroscopy for the Detection of Weak Optical Transtions on May 29. Congratulations to James!

Aaron Moon, BS CHEM 2013 & Jenny Moody, HS 2013

Aaron Moon completed his BS in Chemistry. Next year he will start his graduate studies at University of Texas, Austin. Congratulations!

Jenny Moody completed her High School degree at Henry W. Grady High School. She is starting at Georgia Tech in the fall. Congratulations!

True defends PhD Thesis

True Merrill successfully defended his thesis Compensating sequences for robust quantum
control of trapped-ion qubits
on May 14. Congratulations to True!

Ancilla management for Steane code article posted on arXiv


As part of the ORAQL project in collaboration with the GTRI QIS group, we examined how the management of ancilla affects the time and fidelity of error correction. The results are now posted on the arXiv: Comparison of ancilla preparation and measurement procedures for the Steane [[7,1,3]] code on a model ion trap quantum computer, arXiv:1305.0349.

GTRI microwave trap article posted on arXiv

Our paper with collaborators at GTRI, Spatially uniform single-qubit gate operations with near-field microwaves and compensating pulses was posted on the arXiv. You can see the article here http://arxiv.org/abs/1304.6636.

Jared Huggins wins Georgia Tech Scholarship

Jared Huggins received Cynthia L. Bossart and James Efron Scholarship from the College of Sciences. Congratulations to Jared!

JP and Karl present at the Spring Undergraduate Research Symposium

JP Addison (diamond tie) and Karl Burkhardt (striped tie) gave presentations on their research at the Spring Undergraduate Research Symposium. Karl gave a talk on Quantum Sympathetic Heating Spectroscopy. JP presented a poster on Narrowband Composite Pulse Sequences for Addressing Errors that won 3rd place in the College of Sciences!

"Identifying Single Molecular Ions by Resolved Sideband Measurements" accepted by J. Phys. Chem. A

James (pictured above), Craig, Grahame, Ken W. and Ricardo worked together to assemble an experimental apparatus capable of measuring the mass of a sympathetically cooled molecular ion by resolved sideband spectroscopy of an atomic ion. The accepted, preformatted version is available here

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