Upcoming Events

• Thu 9/8, 3:30PM in Room 190, Hakop Pashayan, University of Sydney, Estimating Outcome Probabilities of Quantum Circuits Using Quasiprobabilities

• Thu 9/15, 3:30PM in Room 190, Andrew Landahl, Sandia National Labs, TBA

• Thu 9/29, 3:30PM in Room 190, John Bollinger, NIST, TBA

• Thu 11/10, 3:30PM in Room 190, David Wolpert, Santa Fe Institute, MIT, ASU, Extending Landauer's Bound from Bit Erasure to Arbitrary Computation


Q-circuit diagram drawing package


CQuIC News


SQuInT 2016

Albuquerque Old Town, photo by Leanne YanabuThe 18th SQuInT Conference will be held February 18-20, 2016 in Albuquerque, New Mexico.


What is "High Impact Factor Syndrome"? Find out now

Prof. Caves's commentary at APS News on "High-impact-factor Syndrome"


What is the latest perspective on the quantum computing "nightmare"?

Find out now with Dr. Ivan Deutsch's interview "Quantum Computing Without Qubits," featured at QUANTA Magazine.


About Us


The Center for Quantum Information and Control (CQuIC) is a new research center, established under the auspices of a grant from the National Science Foundation’s Physics at the Information Frontier (PIF) program. The PIs on the NSF grant are Carlton Caves and Ivan Deutsch of the University of New Mexico (UNM) and Poul Jessen of the University of Arizona (UA). CQuIC is based at the UNM and has research nodes at UNM and at the College of Optical Sciences at UA. The Center’s Director is Carlton Caves.


Research at CQuIC is focused on quantum information, quantum control, quantum metrology, and quantum optics. Theoretical research at UNM encompasses topics in all these areas. The experimental program at UA seeks to implement ideas from quantum information and quantum control in laser-cooled neutral-atom systems.