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Funding

"Driven-dissipative architectures, noisy open quantum systems driven by external laser beams, define a very promising platform for the near-term quantum computers. They also give rise to new, non-equilibrium phases of matter with no counterpart in equilibrium. [Figure from Phys. Rev. X 10, 011039 (2020).]"
"Driven-dissipative architectures, noisy open quantum systems driven by external laser beams, define a very promising platform for the near-term quantum computers. They also give rise to new, non-equilibrium phases of matter with no counterpart in equilibrium. [Figure from Phys. Rev. X 10, 011039 (2020).]"

“Driven-dissipative architectures: New routes to quantum phases and technologies”, AFOSR, Mohammad Maghrebi (Young Investigator Award)

"Non-equilibrium Critical Phenomena in Many-Body Quantum Systems”, NSF, Mohammad Maghrebi

“Large Diffraction Grade Single Crystal Diamonds Grown by CVD”, DoE STTR with Great Lakes Crystal Technologies, Elias Garratt and Tim Grotjohn

“Laser Activated Diamond for Quantum Computing”, MSU Foundation SPG, Johannes Pollanen, Tim Grotjohn, Marcos Dantus, Elias Garratt

“From Quarks to Stars: A Quantum Computing Approach to the Nuclear Many-Body Problem”, DOE, Morten Hjorth-Jensen (MSU FRIB), Alexei Bazavov (MSU), Scott Bogner (MSU FRIB), Patric Coles (LANL), Jennifer Glick (IBM, T.J. Watson Research Center), Heiko Hergert (MSU FRIB), Matthew Hirn (MSU), Dean Lee (MSU FRIB), Huey-Wen Lin (MSU), Andrea Shindler (MSU FRIB)

 “Materials for Ultra-Coherent, Mobile, Electron-Spin Qubits”, DOE, Stephen Lyon (Princeton University) Co-PIs: Mark Dykman (MSU), M. David Henry (Sandia National Lab), Eric Shaner (Sandia National Lab)

Google Research Award, Mark Dykman

Air Force Research Lab Summer Faculty Fellowship Position – Fabrication of Group III Color Centers in Diamond, Elias Garratt

NASA Graduate Fellowship,  Ryan LaRose – To study quantum computing and quantum information science

NSF Graduate Research Fellowship, Jacob Watkins – Based on his quantum computing work