The research group “Quantum Technologies for Information Science (QUTIS)”, led by Prof. Enrique Solano, develops cutting-edge theoretical research for the sake of fundamentals and their implementation in interdisciplinary quantum technologies. We relate concepts in quantum optics, quantum information, superconducting circuits, and quantum biomimetics, among others. QUTIS is a dynamic, hard-working, and creative group with wide interests in arts, physics, and science. We are strongly driven by intellectual curiosity, keeping as our main goal our aesthetic and scientific expression in a friendly competitive environment. At the same time, we constantly search that our original cross-disciplinary ideas have a realistic approach towards experimental implementations. QUTIS is committed to the team-oriented production of novel influential ideas at the international level, where creative ideas merge with quantum technologies.
Most recent articles
Genetic Algorithms for Digital Quantum Simulations.
U. Las Heras, U. Alvarez-Rodriguez, E. Solano and M. Sanz. Phys. Rev. Lett. 116, 230504 (2016).
Digitized adiabatic quantum computing with a superconducting circuit.
R. Barends, A. Shabani, L. Lamata, J. Kelly, A. Mezzacapo, U. Las Heras, R. Babbush, A. G. Fowler, B. Campbell, Yu Chen, Z. Chen, B. Chiaro, A. Dunsworth, E. Jeffrey, E. Lucero, A. Megrant, J. Y. Mutus, M. Neeley, C. Neill, P. J. J. O’Malley, C. Quintana, P. Roushan, D. Sank, A. Vainsencher, J. Wenner, T. C. White, E. Solano, H. Neven and John M. Martinis. Nature 534, 222 (2016).
Algorithmic Quantum Simulation of Memory Effects
U. Alvarez-Rodriguez, R. Di Candia, J. Casanova, M. Sanz, and E. Solano, arXiv:1604.02992 (2016).
Digital quantum simulation of many-body non-Markovian dynamics
R. Sweke, M. Sanz, I. Sinayskiy, F. Petruccione, and E. Solano, arXiv:1604.00203 (2016).
Quantum Memristors with Superconducting Circuits
J. Salmilehto, F. Deppe, M. Di Ventra, M. Sanz, and E. Solano arXiv:1603.04487 (2016).