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NSF announces $750,000 EQuIP award for quantum information processing to The University of New Mexico

Colloidal Nanoparticle Synthesis and Characterization Lab with Marek Osinski.
Credit: UNM Newsroom

The National Science Foundation announced a nearly $750,000 award to the University of New Mexico over three years for a project titled Integrated silicon photonics platforms for scalable quantum systems. The team includes Lead PI Marek Osinski, co-PIs Arash Mafi and Ganesh Balakrishnan (EECE).

“This is a highly interdisciplinary project that brings together expertise in materials science and engineering; semiconductor fabrication, processing, and devices; superconducting device physics; classical nonlinear and quantum optics; and optical communications to solve technical challenges for the development and realization of a scalable integrated quantum communication platform,” said Osinski.

Read more about this exciting project, and congratulations to the team!

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