The CQSE is actively engaged in multiple grant-funded projects that are currently underway or have been successfully completed.

 Past Projects at the CQSE

September 2015: Proposal, “MRI: Acquisition of cryogen-free low-temperature scanning-probe spectroscopy system for nanophotonic and nanoelectronic device characterization” was funded by the National Science Foundation (NSF). The Principal Investigator is Stefan Strauf and co-PI’s are Eui-Hyeok Yang, Simon Podkolzin, Yuping Huang and Stephanie Lee.

August 2015: Project titled, “Persistent Maritime Quantum Key Distribution” was granted by the Office of Naval Research (ONR) to develop techniques for weather-resistant quantum key distribution. The Principal Investigator is Yuping Huang and co-PI’s are Rainer Martini and Ting Yu.

August 2015: Project titled, “OP: Collaborative Research: Quantum Zeno Photonics on Chip” was funded by the NSF to develop photonic chips for deterministic quantum computing and communications. PI is Yuping Huang and Co-PI is Amy Forster at John Hopkins University.

May 2015: Project titled, “Collaborative Research: Cavity-Enhanced Exciton Emission from Carbon Nanotubes in the Intrinsic Regime” was funded by the NSF. PI is Stefan Strauf and Co-PI is Jim Hone, Columbia University.

March 2015: Project titled, “Quantum Computing and Computational Finance.” The CME Group has provided a grant to identify which computational finance problems are well suited for quantum computers. This consists of matching critical modeling issues such as improved credit rating methodologies and real-time options risk management to appropriate computational finance techniques that are natural fits for the current generation of quantum chips. PI is Rupak Chatterjee.

The CQSE at Stevens

The CQSE includes five interdisciplinary units working together towards rapid advancements in quantum computing.

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The Center for Quantum Science and Engineering (CQSE)

Location On Campus

618 Burchard Building
River Street
Hoboken, NJ 07030

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Department Leaders

Yuping Huang Assistant Professor