Welcome to the research group Quantum Transport of the Kavli Institute of Nanoscience at Delft University of Technology.
The Quantum Transport group studies and exploits novel quantum mechanical phenomena in nanometer-scale structures. Our current research focuses on superconducting circuits, quantum dots, nanowires, carbon nanotubes, diamond, and graphene. We employ in-house design and fabrication of (opto-) electronic devices and custom-made electronic and optical measurement techniques, from room temperature down to the milliKelvin regime. We use these devices for controlling quantum behaviour at the level of single spins and single photons, with the potential for fundamental breakthroughs and possible application to quantum computing and novel optoelectronics devices.
As of December 1st, 2013, the CosmoNanoscience activities at TU Delft are also part of the Quantum Transport group.
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Read our news
- Steering by peeking: Physicists control quantum particles by looking at themFeb 18, 2014
- Physicists correct quantum errorsFeb 4, 2014
- Christopher Watson awarded Shell Young Talent Graduation PrizeDec 2, 2013
- TU Delft researchers entangle quantum bits by measurement and feedback controlOct 17, 2013
- De supercomputer komt er (straks) aan!Oct 14, 2013