Internship: control of quantum system
Quantum control steers the wave function to the target one by properly choosing the control Hamiltonian. MERL is seeking a highly motivated intern to conduct research in the area of quantum control. The ideal candidate would be a PhD student who is familiar with geometric control (math or control background) and/or qubits interacting with environments (physics background). Strong programming skills in coding (Python, C.. etc) are expected.
Contact: Chungwei Lin
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