mohmir [at] caltech [dot] edu
B113, Moore Building
Mohammad is an assistant professor of Electrical Engineering, and previously was a KNI postdoctoral scholar at Caltech. In the past he has worked on entangling distant transmon qubits via microwave waveguides and developed integrated devices for microwave-to-optical quantum transduction. Mohammad did his PhD in the Institute of Optics at the University of Rochester. His thesis work was on high-capacity quantum communication with structured photons.
Dr. Chaitali Joshi is a postdoctoral fellow at Caltech, where she is working on interconnects for hybrid quantum networks and on developing novel platforms for circuit QED. She received her PhD in Applied and Engineering Physics from Cornell University in August 2020, where she worked on applications of nonlinear optics to photonic quantum information processing. Prior to that, she was at the Indian Institute of Technology, Bombay where she received her bachelors degree in Engineering Physics.
Alkım received his BS in Electrical and Electronics Engineering from Middle East Technical University. During his BS, he worked on linear optical quantum computation with a focus on integrated quantum photonics systems.
Wenyuan (Wen) Chen
Wen completed his M.S. in electrical engineering and B.S. in mechanical engineering at the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign. Prior to joining the Quantum Engineering Lab, he was in Professor J. Gary Eden's group at Illinois, where he worked on tunable plasma photonic crystals in the mm-wave and THz regimes.
Chien-Ying received his BS in Engineering Science from National Cheng Kung University and MS in Photonics and Optoelectronics from National Taiwan University . As an undergraduate, he worked on quantum information theory and quantum networks. His master's thesis was on FDTD studies of plasmonic nanosensors. Before joining the Quantum Engineering Lab, he worked on integrated photonics as an engineer at the Industrial Technology Research Institute in Taiwan.