With the overall goal of pursuing scalable spin-based quantum computing, Theodor studies double quantum dot systems defined in fab-compatible silicon CMOS devices. In particular, Theodor’s studies focus on the interactions and spin dynamics of these double quantum dots. Before commencing his PhD in Cambridge, Theodor studied the properties of novel device architectures based on low-dimensional materials in labs at Harvard, UC Berkeley and the University of Copenhagen, where he worked with Prof. Philip Kim, Prof. Ali Javey and Prof. Charles Marcus/Prof. Jesper Nygaard respectively. In recognition of the industrial relevance of his doctoral research, Theodor is one of 24 worldwide recipient of the 2020 IBM PhD Fellowship.
Research Keywords: Radio-Frequency Reflectometry, Optical Lithography, Microwave Engineering, Automated Data Acquisition