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.
May 30, 2019: Dr. Vijayaraghavan wins a 5 year grant (as co-PI) from the Defense Research & Development Organization (DRDO). This is a collaborative grant with Prof. Suddhasatta Mahapatra (IIT Bombay) as the PI and includes other researchers from IIT Delhi and the Solid State Physics Laboratory (SSPL), New Delhi. The project is for the "DEVELOPMENT OF QUANTUM COMPUTING ARCHITECTURE WITH SILICON BASED SPIN QUBIT"
May 1, 2019: New paper on multiplexed readout in 3D circuit QED architecture published in Applied Physics Letters: Link
Nov 13, 2018: Economic Times covers quantum computing research in India with a focus on Dr. Vijayaraghavan's research on superconducting qubits at TIFR. Link
Sep 14, 2018: Dr. Tanay Roy, the first PhD student to graduate from our lab will join Prof. David Schuster's group at University of Chicago for his postdoctoral work. Congratulations Tanay! Link
FUNDING1. 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)