Multidisciplinary University Research Initiative (MURI) awards support growth of newly emerging technologies.
For pioneering theoretical and experimental work in topological photonics and quantum synthetic matter.
A collaboration of researchers at UMD has proposed a way to make chip-sized frequency combs ten times more efficient by harnessing the power of topology.
The MLA150 instrument supports various research projects in materials science, nanoscience, energy science, and quantum science.
The University of Maryland is one of 11 academic institutions that make up the Center for Integration of Modern Optoelectronic Materials on Demand (IMOD).
New institute will significantly add to the vibrant quantum research ecosystem established in the mid-Atlantic region.
Hafezi is known for his contributions in a number of works to synthesize and characterize quantum many-body and topological physics beyond electronic systems.
University of Maryland President Darryll J. Pines has promoted Hafezi to the rank of professor with tenure effective July 1.
The group developed a new method for generating entangled, indistinguishable photon pairs using a chip-based, topological approach.
From extreme batteries to windows made from wood, Clark School’s trendsetting work ranks it among the country’s Top 10 public engineering schools for the 3rd consecutive year.
DURIP supports university research in technical areas of interest to the Department of Defense (DoD).
Berkeley Lab-led Center to catalyze U.S. leadership in quantum information science, and strengthen the nation's research community to accelerate
Simons Investigators are outstanding theoretical scientists who receive a stable base of research support from the foundation, enabling them to undertake the long-term study of fundamental questions.
For the second year in a row, two Clark School faculty members have been named Finalists of the Blavatnik National Awards for Young Scientists.
In a new paper in Science Advances
, researchers from UMD and several other institutions presented a new method for identifying and characterizing topological invariants on various experimental platforms, testing their protocol in a quantum simulator made of neutral atoms.
Researchers explore how to map lattice gauge theories to ion traps.
These five-year grants will be provided to teams located across 52 U.S. academic institutions, subject to satisfactory research progress and the availability of funds.
Professor Mohammad Hafezi and JQI Graduate Researchers have received an award from Google to support research identifying and developing problems that simple quantum computers might help solve.
For many UMD researchers, partnering with the U.S. Army Research Laboratory (ARL) is key.
Researchers have demonstrated a new approach that enables different devices to repeatedly emit nearly identical single photons.
Photonic chip guides single photons, even when there are bends in the road.