The Quantum Dynamics and Control group at DPhyMS, University of Luxembourg, investigates dynamical properties of open quantum systems and develops protocols for their control. We combine analytical and numerical tools, mainly from quantum optics and stochastic analysis, to characterize processes such as decoherence, entanglement, and excitation transfer. The systems of interests are diverse and range from single toy models to chaotic systems and natural molecular aggregates.
Scalable superconducting qubits (models, theory, and foundation),
Searching for new correspondences between information to physics, i.e. quantum thermodynamics,
Solid-state quantum devices, e.g. topological phase slip, photovoltaic cells, light-harvesting photosynthetic complexes, etc.,
Non-equilibrium quantum field theory,
Quantum Machine Learning,
Quantum field theory and non-equilibrium statistical physics,
Huawei Hong Kong Research Centre (HKRC), established in 2012, embodies Theory Lab and Noah’s Ark. While Noah’s Ark is oriented towards applied research and implementations, Theory Lab hosts a selection of interdisciplinary groups pushing the boundaries of foundational research. The experts in Theory lab have diverse scientific backgrounds, ranging from engineering to computer science, mathematics and physics. Consequently, a wide range of research lines – from most foundational questions to their practical implementations – are all realized within Huawei Labs.
Our leading group is concerned with research in quantum information theory, condensed matter theory and the intersection between the fields.
- We ask what information processing tasks are possible using single quantum systems as carriers of information. We think about the mathematical-theoretical foundations of quantum information, specifically about the theory of entanglement and questions of tomography, but also about ways of realizing topological quantum computing.