Talks

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Old talks before 2005.

  • [05/2016] Invited Seminar, “Dogs and cats, living together! How approaches to Josephson junction and spin-based quantum computing can learn from each other,” Lincoln Laboratory, Boston, MA

  • [05/2016] Invited talk, “Quantum Information Science at the Laboratory for Physical Sciences,” ATNS Workshop, Lincoln Laboratory, Boston, MA

  • [03/2016] Invited talk, “Silicon Quantum Information Technology,” GOMACTech, Orlando, FL

  • [03/2016] Invited talk (given by Y.-P. Shim), “Semiconductor-inspired superconducting quantum computing,” APS March Meeting, Orlando, FL

  • [03/2016] “A new look at encoded-qubit quantum dot quantum computing in silicon,” APS March Meeting, Baltimore, MD

  • [01/2016] Invited talk, “Progress and opportunities in superconducting/semiconducting quantum devices,” DARPA MTO Unplugged, Warrenton, VA

  • [08/2015] Presentation, “Theory of g-factor in silicon quantum dots / enabling modularity in silicon spin-based quantum computing”, ARO/LPS Program Review, San Diego, CA

  • [07/2015] Presentation, “Semiconductor-inspired superconducting quantum computing”, ARO/LPS Program Review, Arlington, VA

  • [06/2015] Seminar, “Super ︎♥︎ Semi: How superconductors and semiconductors could be better together”, Universidad Complutense de Madrid, Spain

  • [05/2015] Seminar, “Super ︎♥︎ Semi: How superconductors and semiconductors could be better together”, QDev, Neils Bohr Institute, University of Copenhagen Denmark

  • [05/2015] Seminar, “Super ︎♥︎ Semi: How superconductors and semiconductors could be better together”, QuTech, TUDelft, The Netherlands

  • [04/2015] Physics Colloquium, “Bottom-up superconducting-semiconductor quantum devices,” University of Maryland, Baltimore County, Baltimore, MD

  • [03/2015] APS March Meeting, “Quantum Mechanics is Intuitive,” San Antonio, TX

  • [08/20l4] ARO/NSA Quantum Computing Program Review, “Solid-state quantum device theory,” Arlington, VA

  • [08/20141Colloquium, Physics Dept., Yale University, “All the (quantum) world in silicon,” New Haven, CT

  • [03/2014] Invited Talk (given by co-author Yun-Pil Shim), APS March Meeting, “Bottom-up superconducting and Josephson junction devices inside a Group-lV semiconductor crystal,” Denver, CO

  • [03/2014] Invited Speaker, Gordon Conference, Mechanical Systems in the Quantum Regime, “On-chip cavity quantum phonodynamics in silicon and more?,” Ventura, CA

  • [02/2014] LPS Annual Review, “Research progress in quantum,” College Park, MD

  • [01/2014] Researcher of the Year Talk, Laboratory for Physical Sciences, “On-chip cavity-quantum phonodynamics in silicon,” College Park, MD

  • [01/2014] NSA Research Symposium, “All the (quantum) world in silicon: toward quantum computing and new quantum devices,” College Park, MD

  • [08/2013] ARO/NSA Quantum Computing Program Review, “Research in quantum computing,” San Diego, CA

  • [03/2013] Invited Talk, APS March Meeting, “On-chip cavity quantum phonodynamics,” Baltimore, MD

  • [02/2013] LPS Annual Review, “Understanding and exploiting phonons for silicon quantum computing and quantum devices,” College Park, MD

  • [02/2013] Workshop on Silicon Quantum Electronics, “Understanding and exploiting phonons in silicon quantum devices,” Grenoble, France

  • [11/2012] Herb Seminar, U. Wisconsin Physics Department, “On-chip cavity quantum phonodynamics,” Madison, WI

  • [09/2012] QIBEC Seminar, NIST-Gaithersburg, “On-chip cavity quantum phonodynamics”, Gaithersburg, MD

  • [08/16/2012] ARO Quantum Computing Program Review, “Spin qubits in silicon and on-chip cavity quantum phonodynamics”, Denver, CO

  • [05/08/2012] Invited Seminar, Naval Research Lab, “Phonons are next: A sound-based analogue of cavity-QED and other applications of nanomechanics in the quantum limit”, College Park, MD”, Washington, DC

  • [04/04/2012] LPS Seminar, “Phonons are next: A sound-based analogue of cavity-QED and other applications of nanomechanics in the quantum limit”, College Park, MD

  • [02/29/2012] APS March Meeting, “Silicon qubits and phonons/photons”, Boston, MA

  • [02/23/2012] Invited Seminar, University of Queensland, “A sound-based analogue of cavity-QED”, Brisbane, AU

  • [02/14/2012] International Silicon Qubit Workshop,“Silicon qubits and phonons/photons”, Sydney, AU

  • [02/2012] LPS Annual Review, “Recent work in quantum computing and quantum device physics”, College Park, MD

  • [11/03/2011] Princeton Center for Complex Materials Symposium: Quantum Control of Solid State Systems, “A sound-based analogue of quantum electrodynamics in silicon,” Princeton, NJ

  • [08/2011] DARPA ORCHID/QuASAR Program Review, “Nanomechanics and Qubits in Silicon,” San Diego, CA

  • [08/2011] ARO/LPS Quantum Computing Program Review, “Engineering quantum environments in silicon for quantum computing and new devices,” College Park, MD

  • [05/12/2011] 2nd Annual CNAM Symposium, “Engineering quantum environments in silicon for quantum computing and new devices,” University of Maryland-College Park

  • [03/22/2011] APS March Meeting, “Considerations for spin-based quantum computing in the solid-state,” Dallas, Texas

  • [02/18/2011] LPS Program Review, “Engineering quantum environments in silicon for quantum computing and new devices,” College Park, MD

  • [08/19/2010] ARO/LPS Quantum Computing Program Review, “Recent work on quantum computing,” Cincinnati, OH

  • [06/10/2010] Seminar, “Spins in silicon quantum dots for quantum computing,” UCLA Physics Dept.

  • [03/15/2010] APS March Meeting, “Review of spin and orbital relaxation in silicon quantum dot qubits,” Portland, OR

  • [08/25/2008] Poster, “Solid Light – New physics and devices in engineered photon cavity-QED arrays,” Gordon Research Conference on QIS, Big Sky, MT

  • [05/21/2008] Colloquium, “Spookytechnology and Society: The progress and implications of quantum information science and technology.” EE380 Computer Systems Colloquium, Stanford University, CA

  • [04/04/2007] Invited Seminar: “Quantum phase transitions of light: Using condensed matter physics to control photons,” Naval Research Lab, Washington, D.C.

  • [03/09/2007] APS March Meeting: “Quantum phase transitions of light,” Denver, CO

  • [12/20/2006] QIBEC Seminar: “Quantum phase transitions of light,” NIST, Gaithersburg, VA

  • [09/06/2006] Seminar: “Quantum phase transitions of light,” Department of Applied Physics, University of Tokyo (Japan)

  • [08/09/2006] Seminar: “Quantum phase transitions in a photonic superlattice,” Riken, (Wakoshi, Japan)

  • [07/26/2006] Seminar: “Quantum Dot Quantum Computing and Spintronics in Silicon Architectures,” Department of Applied Physics, University of Tokyo (Japan)

  • [11/17/2005] Seminar: “Quantum Computing and Decoherence in Silicon Architectures,” School of Physics, University of Melbourne (Melbourne, AU)

  • [03/22/2005] Conference: “Long-lived spin and valley states in lateral silicon quantum dots for quantum information processing,” APS March Meeting (Los Angelos, CA)

  • [03/23/2005] Conference: “Nanotechnology and Society,” APS March Meeting (Los Angelos, CA)

  • [02/28/2005] Poster: “Quantum Computing in Lateral Silicon Quantum Dots,” Gordon Research Conference, Quantum Information (Ventura, CA)

  • [12/16/2004] Invited Talk: “The Ambassadors of Nano,” Fall 2004 Delta Forum (University of Wisconsin-Madison)

  • [11/09/2004] Seminar: “Quantum dot quantum computers and other entanglement-based devices,” Physical Chemistry Seminar, University of Wisconsin-Madison, Chemistry Dept.

  • [10/12/2004] Invited Talk: “Spin-Based Quantum Dot Quantum Computing in Silicon,” Cavendish Laboratory, University of Cambridge, UK

  • [12/15/2003] Poster: “Spin and Valley States in Silicon for QC,” Solid State QIP Conference (Amsterdam, Netherlands)

  • [03/28/2004] Conference: “Spin and pseudo-spin states in silicon for QC: lifetimes,” APS March Meeting (Montreal, CA)

  • [09/30/2003] Seminar: “Amazing feats with artificial atoms: single spin readout and fast initialization,” Atomic Physics Seminar, University of Wisconsin-Madison, Physics Dept.

  • [08/09/2003] Conference: “Spin Readout and Initialization in a Semiconductor Quantum Dot,” 2nd International Workshop on Quantum Dots for Quantum Computing and Classical Size Effects Circuits, Notre Dame, IN

  • [03/07/2003] Conference: “Single Qubit Spin Readout and Initialization in a Quantum Dot Quantum Computer: Design and Simulation,” APS March Meeting (Austin, TX)


Charles Tahan
Physicist in Washington, D.C.