New Frontiers in Quantum Technology
Probing many-body quantum dynamics can provide insights into strongly correlated quantum systems, illuminate the role of entanglement and symmetry in information processing, and enable discoveries of new physical phenomena in previously unexplored regimes. However, demonstrations of large-scale quantum simulation have mostly been limited to proof-of-concept type experiments with low practical utility. Exploiting the recent remarkable advances in a range of quantum technologies, our group's research will focus on the development of high-fidelity large-scale quantum devices and their applications both for fundamental studies of quantum information processing and for practical applications in quantum sensing and quantum communication. In particular, our main approach is to devise and implement novel protocols of robust quantum control and efficient characterization to improve the fidelity of large-scale quantum devices that enable certified quantum operations in real-world applications.