An Analog Circuits Approach to Quantum Systems

This project maps the stochastic and deterministic dynamics of open and closed quantum systems to analog circuit architectures and motifs. Such motifs may then be used to both map quantum systems to analog supercomputing chips, and to design novel quantum circuits. Many common circuit themes in analog and quantum computation include noise and thermodynamics, fault tolerance, feedback control, back action and loading, entanglement and correlation, precision measurement,  nonlinear dynamics, robustness-efficiency tradeoffs, scalability,  and hybrid quantum-classical operation.

FACULTY CONTACT: Rahul Sarpeshkar