When: Monday, April 10, 2023 at 4:00pm
Where: Physics & Astronomy Auditorium A-102
Abstract: Bosonic modes are widely used for quantum communication and information processing. Recent developments in superconducting circuits enable us to control bosonic microwave cavity modes and implement arbitrary operations allowed by quantum mechanics, such as quantum error correction against excitation loss errors. I will discuss different bosonic encoding and error correction protocols and provide a perspective on using quantum error correction for various applications, including quantum computing, communication, simulation, and sensing
Bio: Liang Jiang is a professor in the Pritzker School of Molecular Engineering at the University of Chicago and an Amazon Scholar on Quantum Computing. Jiang received his BS from Caltech in 2004 and PhD from Harvard University in 2009. He was a faculty member at Yale University during 2012-2019. His research focuses on using quantum control and error correction to build large scalable quantum systems. Jiang is a Fellow of the American Physical Society and also a recipient of the Sloan Research Fellowship, the Packard Fellowship, and the APS Landauer-Bennett Award.