N 002 Fizika / Physics
dr. Tadas Paulauskas ✉
LT - Kvantinių jutiklių platformos ir kvantinio jutimo protokolų kūrimas
Quantum sensors utilize the superposition or entanglement of quantum systems to improve the measurement sensitivity beyond what is possible with classical systems. Among the emerging quantum technologies, sensing is leading the race toward practical use cases, such as the mapping of weak magnetic fields in biomedical applications. To accelerate applications, the sensitivity offered by a compact application-oriented quantum sensor platform needs to be brought closer to theoretical limits.
In this doctoral research project, we will aim to design an application-oriented solid-state quantum sensor platform that is operated at room temperature. The research will entail developing quantum control protocols to optimize the sensitivity and designing an integrated device architecture. The research will make use of quantum computing methods to simulate qubit ensemble interactions with the system under measurement, analysis of the materials best suited for the device realization, and experimental investigations of the prototype quantum sensors.