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Équipe de Recherche en Physique de l'Information Quantique



L’équipe de recherche en physique de l’information quantique, EPIQ (Physics of Quantum Information Research Team), is a research centre of the Université de Sherbrooke. Its research aims at exploiting quantum mechanical effects for information processing purposes. The team comprises both experimental and theoretical research components. The EPIQ counts four Professors, as well as Doctorate, Masters and Bachelor students and postdoctoral researchers, all members of the Physics Department of the Faculty of Sciences.


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Postdoctoral positions at the Institut quantique

Postdoctoral positions at the Institut quantique


2016-11-09

The Institut quantique at the Université de Sherbrooke invites applications for  postdoctoral positions in the areas of quantum materials, quantum information, and quantum engineering, and, especially at their intersections. The Université de Sherbrookeis a world leader in research and ...

Banting postdoctoral fellowship

Banting postdoctoral fellowship


2016-05-10

EPIQ researchers invite exceptionnal researachers to apply for a Banting Postdoctoral Fellowships – Canada’s most prestigious and highest valued award for postdoctoral researchers today. The Banting Postdoctoral Fellowships program is designed to support world-class postdoctoral researchers. ...

Prized Postdoctoral Fellowship

Prized Postdoctoral Fellowship


2015-09-29

The Physics Department at the Université de Sherbrooke invites applications for up to five postdoctoral positions in the areas of quantum materials, quantum information, and quantum engineering, and, especially at their intersections. The Université de Sherbrooke’s project “From Quantum Sciences ...

Latest publications

 
C. Kraglund Andersen and A. Blais,
Ultrastrong coupling dynamics with a transmon qubit,
New Journal of Physics, 19, (023022), 2017, [bib] [pdf] [url]
F. Beaudoin, A. Blais and W. A. Coish,
Hamiltonian engineering for robust quantum state transfer and qubit readout in cavity QED,
New Journal of Physics, 19, (023041), 2017, [bib] [pdf] [url]
J.-C. Forgues, G. Gasse, C. Lupien, B. Reulet,
Characterization and control of charge transfer in a tunnel junction,
Physica Status Solidi B, 1600619, 2017, [bib]