mohmir [at] caltech [dot] edu
442, Moore Building
Mohammad is an assistant professor of Electrical Engineering and Applied Physics, 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. Han Zhao joined the Quantum Engineering Lab as a postdoctoral associate, working on microwave-optical frequency conversion and quantum transduction. Han received his PhD from the University of Pennsylvania in December, 2019 and was a postdoctoral associate at the University of Washington, Seattle. His past research work has been on non-Hermitian and topological photonics, and integrated acousto-optics.
Dr. Hao Tian is an IQIM postdoctoral scholar at Caltech, where he is working on transduction between mechanics, photonics, and superconducting qubits for building hybrid quantum systems. He received Ph.D. in Electrical and Computer Engineering from Purdue University in May 2022, working on piezoelectric actuation on Silicon Nitride photonic circuits, and its applications in integrated optical isolator, tunable frequency combs and semiconductor lasers.
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.
Frank completed his B.S. in electrical engineering and B.A. in physics at Rice University. As an undergraduate, he worked on non-Hermitian photonics and metasurfaces with Prof. Guru Naik.
William received his B.A. in Physics and Computer Science and M.S. in Physics from the University of Pennsylvania in 2022. His undergraduate research was on developing image analysis systems and chemical imaging methods for cryo-electron tomography.
Before starting at Caltech, Omid obtained his M.Sc. in Physics from the University of Calgary, where he theoretically studied emitters in solid-state materials. Prior to that, he did his B.Sc. in Physics at the Sharif University of Technology. His interests include quantum computation and quantum networks.
Parth received his B.Tech-M.Tech dual degree in electrical engineering and quantum science from the Indian Institute of Technology, Madras. During his undergraduate studies he worked on Ising machines with optoelectronic feedback, while his Master's research was focused on generating cluster states using superconducting circuits. His current research is on using waveguide QED for quantum networking applications.
Abhishek received his B.Tech-M.Tech dual degree in Engineering Physics with a specialization in Nanoscience from the Indian Institute of Technology, Bombay. As an undergraduate, he worked on quantum sensing and quantum simulation using NV centers in diamonds. He also worked on topological quantum computing with Majorana zero mode