Members: Please place your sketch in alphabetical order by last name
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Gavin Brennen

is at the Quantum Science and Technology Research Centre (QSciTech) at Macquarie University, Sydney and is a Chief Investigator in the Australian Research Council Centre of Excellence in Engineered Quantum Systems (EQuS). Main interests include: many-body quantum information, coherent control of atomic/molecular/optical systems, and topological order.

Phil Bucksbaum

is Marguerite Blake Wilbur Professor in Natural Science at Stanford University. Phil has faculty appointments in the departments of Physics and Applied Physics in the School of Humanities and Sciences, and a faculty appointment in the Photon Science Department at the SLAC National Accelerator Laboratory. He is the Director of the Stanford PULSE Institute, a Stanford Independent Laboratory devoted to research in ultrafast science.

Daniel Burgarth

is a lecturer at Aberystwyth University, working on spin dynamics, quantum control and system identification.

Tommaso Calarco

is at the University of Ulm as director of the Institute of Quantum Information Processing, working on optimal control of quantum systems (atoms, ions, NV centers) from few- to many-body sizes, with the aim of realizing quantum information processes and investigating the ultimate limits imposed by quantum mechanics onto the evolution of quantum systems.

Paola Cappellaro

is at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology, working on spin dynamics and control (NV centers and NMR) with applications to quantum information, simulation and metrology.

Ivan Deutsch

is at the Center for Quantum Information and Control (CQuIC) at the University of New Mexico working of quantum control in AMO systems with application in quantum information science. Main interests include optimal control, quantum measurement, and tomography.

Henrik Johannesson

is at the University of Gothenburg, teaching and doing research on correlation effects in low-dimensional condensed matter systems.

Lorenzo Maccone

is at the University of Pavia, Italy in the quantum information theory group. His main current interests are quantum metrology, quantum information and its applications to the foundations of quantum mechanics.
Gerard Milburn
is at The University of Queensland and Director of the Australian Research Council Centre of Excellence in Engineered Quantum Systems.

Jordi Mur-Petit

Postdoctoral fellow at IEM-CSIC (Spain). My interest is on using cold molecules for quantum information and quantum simulation and, conversely, applying concepts and protocols from QIP to molecular physics. Get more info at my homepage.

Ahsan Nazir

is an Imperial College Junior Research Fellow and a member of the Controlled Quantum Dynamics Theory and Quantum Optics and Laser Science Groups at Imperial College London. Research interests are based around understanding the interplay of quantum coherence and noise in open quantum systems, with applications in a number of areas, including both solid-state quantum information processing and excitonic energy transfer. More info at my homepage.

Hendra Nurdin

is a Senior Lecturer in Electrical Engineering at the University of New South Wales in Sydney, Australia. He has background in electrical engineering and control theory with an interest in quantum systems and control theory, especially in open quantum systems and quantum feedback control.

Alex Pechen

is a researcher in Weizmann Institute of Science. His research interests in quantum control include control of open quantum systems, analysis of extrema in quantum control landscapes, control by engineered reservoirs, and some other topics. He also works on ab initio dynamics of open quantum systems in the low density and weak coupling limits (and beyond) as well as on deriving and using quantum stochastic equations for the description of open quantum systems. He is editor of the journal Infinite Dimensional Analysis, Quantum Probability and Related Topics with specialization in quantum control papers. More info is available at MathNet

Aephraim Steinberg

is a Professor of Physics at the University of Toronto. He is interested in quantum measurement and quantum control, and conducts experiments on ultracold atoms and entangled photons. Two major ongoing interests include the theory and application of post-selected weak measurement, and the development of strong atom-mediated photon-photon interactions. Here is my homepage.

Jake Taylor

is at the Joint Quantum Institute at the National Institute of Standards and Technology and the University of Maryland, College Park. He works on hybrid quantum systems (ion traps, circuit QED, optomechanics), quantum-limited metrology (force, accleration, magnetic and electric field sensing), and fundamental limits to quantum phenomena, include limits to quantum error correction and computational complexity.
Lin Tian
is at University of California, Merced. Her interests bridge condensed matter physics and AMO physics. Most of her works have applications in quantum computing and quantum simulation. She works on optomechanics, superconducting systems, trapped ions and on hybrid systems that connect different energy and time scales.
Birgitta Whaley

Jun Zhang

is at Shanghai Jiao Tong University, China, workingon system and control in quantum and nano technologies, control and optimization in complex systems.