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Xufeng Zhang, assistant professor of electrical and computer engineering, in collaboration with Argonne National Laboratory and the University of Notre Dame, completed research to improve quantum computing performance by isolating qubits and reducing exposure to performance-altering noise. A research paper was published in Nature Physics.
ECE Assistant Professor Xufeng Zhang was awarded an Office of Naval Research Young Investigator Program Award for “Cryogenically Enabled Ultrabroadband THz System-on-a-Chip.” With its comprehensive on-chip signal processing capabilities including THz generation, routing, manipulation, and detection, novel THz SOCs will be suitable for a broad range of applications such as THz wireless communication and sensing without any off-chip components.
A paper, titled “Single electrons on solid neon as a solid-state qubit platform,” published in the journal Nature by Assistant Professor Xufeng Zhang, electrical and computer engineering, who had a key contribution in the quantum microwave measurements, and researchers at Argonne National Lab and other collaborative institutions, demonstrates a fundamentally new quantum bit (qubit) platform.