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The QSE Research Group at Loughborough brings together a unique team of leading academic from diverse backgrounds - including quantum technologists, scientists, engineers and end users - in order to develop the methodology that will become Quantum Systems Engineering. Our interest in (Quantum [Systems) Engineering] spans the engineering of quantum-systems and the systems-engineering approach to quantum technologies.
Currently our group is actively researching the following areas:
R.P. Rundle, B.I. Davies, V.M. Dwyer, Todd Tilma, M.J. Everitt: “Quantum State Spectroscopy of Atom-Cavity Systems” arXiv 2018
B.I. Davies, R.P. Rundle, V.M. Dwyer, J.H. Samson, Todd Tilma, M.J. Everitt: “Visualising entanglement in atoms and molecules” arXiv 2018
Mark J. Everitt, Timothy P. Spiller, Gerard J. Milburn, Richard D. Wilson and Alexandre M. Zagoskin: “Engineering dissipative channels for realizing Schrödinger cats in SQUIDs” Front. ICT, 1,1, DOI: 10.3389/fict.2014.00001 2014
MJ Everitt, TD Clark, PB Stiffell, A Vourdas, JF Ralph, RJ Prance, H Prance: “Superconducting analogs of quantum optical phenomena: Macroscopic quantum superpositions and squeezing in a superconducting quantum-interference” Phys. Rev. A 69, 043804 – Published 5 April DOI: 10.1103/PhysRevA.69.043804, arXiv 2004