Quantum Measurement and Control Laboratory

The Quantum Measurement and Control Laboratory (QuMaC) at TIFR primarily investigates quantum phenomena in superconducting circuits. These nanofabricated electrical circuits are engineered to behave as “artificial atoms” with quantized energy levels. Two of those levels can form a quantum bit (qubit) and used to store and process information. With such qubits, one can build powerful computing machines capable of providing exponential speed up for certain mathematical problems. Our lab aims to tackle the fundamental challenges in building and controlling such quantum systems. Please browse our website to learn more about us and our research.

Project Associate Position available: Deadline: Nov 21 2022 Click here for details


Latest News!

Oct 29, 2022: New paper on parametric amplifiers using graphene Josephson junctions published in Nature Nanotechnology. Link Featured in Nature News and Views Link

Mar 5, 2022: A new dilution fridge (Oxford Proteox MX450) is now operational. This is part of a project funded by DRDO and will be used to demonstrate small-scale quantum processors.

August 11, 2021: Paper on ring resonator based coupler published in Physical Review Applied! Link

July 23, 2020: Paper on three-qubit quantum processor published in Physical Review Applied! Link Featured as Editor's Suggestion

Feb 24, 2020: Dr. Vijayaraghavan wins a 3 year grant (as PI) from the Department of Science & Technology India. This is part of the Quantum Enabled Science & Technology Program (QuEST) of DST. Prof. Mandar Deshmukh of TIFR is a co-PI on the project which will focus on scaling up quantum processors with superconducting circuits.

FUNDING

1. Tata Institute of Fundamental Research
2. Department of Science and Technology (Ramanujan Fellowship)
3. Rigetti Quantum Computing, Berkeley, USA
4. Department of Science and Technology (Nano Mission)
5. Defense Research & Develpoment Organization (DRDO)
6. Department of Science and Technology (QuEST)
7. DRDO Young Scientist Laboratory (DYSL-QT)
8. TCS Research