Jaewook Ahn's Quantum Computing Lab

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We develop Quantum Simulators and Quantum Computers using Rydberg atoms and quantum control methods.

Who are the Members?

The lab is located in the Department of Physics
Korea Advanced Institute of Science and Technology (KAIST)
291 Daehak-ro, Yuseong-gu, Daejeon 34141, Korea (South)

How to reach us?

Research Highlights (2020/Fall)

For more details, click the link below image. (past research highlights)

Research summary and Publications

News and Events

2021/05/09-14, CLEO 2021, Online, http://www.cleoconference.org/ (Minhyuk, Hansub)

2020/11/04-06, KPS 2020 Fall, Online, http://www.kps.or.kr/ (Minhyuk, Woojeong)

2020/05/11-15, CLEO 2020, Online, http://www.cleoconference.org/ (Yunheung, Haeun)

2019/10/23-25, KPS-fall, Gwangju (Haeun, Yunheung, Minhyuk)

2019/05/5-10, CLEO 2019, San Jose, CA, http://www.cleoconference.org/ (Hanlae, Minhyuk)

2019/02/22-23, Asia-Pacific Workshop on Trapped Quantum Systems (APTQS-2019), Daejeon, Korea

2018/10/24-26, KPS 2018 fall, Changwon (Hanlae Jo, Yunheung Song)

2018/6/25-26, AMP 2018 (Atomic and Molecular Physics Division Workshop), Muju Resort AMP2018

2018/06/18, Dr. Thibault Vogt (National University of Singapore, Center for Quantum Technology), "Rydberg electromagnetically induced transparency and microwave-to-optical conversion using Rydberg atoms," Invited seminar, Seminar Room 2502, 10:00 am.

2018/06/14, Prof. Kenji Toyoda (Osaka University), "Phonons and polariton-like particles in trapped ions for quantum computation and quantum simulation," Invited seminar, Seminar Room 2502, 10:00 am.

2018/05/13-18, CLEO 2018, San Jose, CA, http://www.cleoconference.org/ (Abstract due: 12/13/2017) (Yunheung, Hanlae)

Past events