ECE Quantum Computing Lab @ UNM

Welcome! You have reached the webpage of the Quantum Computing Lab of the Electrical and Computer Engineering department at the University of New Mexico (UNM). We are excited to be a part of the growing quantum information sciences community at UNM! Our group works on the challenge to uncover computational tasks for which near-term and future quantum information processing devices could provide measurable performance advantages, given the constraints of the size and length of computations they can perform.

If you are interested in joining us, you can follow the instructions for applying to the ECE PhD program (please choose the Computer Engineering concentration area, and the Information Systems emphasis area) at this link: http://ece.unm.edu/graduate/apply.html

Please continue to visit us for news and updates.

Contact

  • Office: ECE Building, Room 229B

  • Email: talbash@unm.edu

  • Tel: (505) 277-1688

News

  • Our recent work with Jon Nelson, Marc Vuffray, Andrey Y. Lokhov, and Carleton Coffrin from LANL is now available for public consumption on the arXiv. A summary can also be found here.

  • Our recent work with members of the Quantum Annealing Feasibility Study team is now available for public consumption on the arXiv. A summary can also be found here.

  • Our recent work with Matthew Kowalsky (USC), Itay Hen (USC), and Daniel Lidar (USC) is now available for public consumption on the arXiv. A summary can also be found here.

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