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Theodor Lundberg

Theodor Lundberg

PhD Candidate in Quantum Computing


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Theodor Lundberg has experience in quantum physics and nanotechnology research from top academic 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. His prior work spans studies of the fundamental physical properties as well as device applications of low-dimensional materials, predominantly graphene, molybdenum disulphide, and carbon nanotubes.

Now at Cambridge, Theodor studies double quantum dot systems in silicon CMOS transistors as a potential method for implementing spin-based quantum computing. In his PhD, he specialises in the manipulation and control of single electron spins in order to achieve qubit operation.

Theodor has been awarded more than 20 scholarships for his academic achievements, was recognised for his innovative thinking as winner of 'Danish Ideas' 2016 and for his leadership as winner of 'CEO for a Day' at Google in 2018.

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Theodor Lundberg has experience in quantum physics and nanotechnology research from top academic 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. His prior work spans studies of the fundamental physical properties as well as device applications of low-dimensional materials, predominantly graphene, molybdenum disulphide, and carbon nanotubes.

Now at Cambridge, Theodor studies double quantum dot systems in silicon CMOS transistors as a potential method for implementing spin-based quantum computing. In his PhD, he specialises in the manipulation and control of single electron spins in order to achieve single qubit operation.

Theodor has been awarded more than 20 scholarships for his academic achievements, was recognised for his innovative thinking as winner of 'Danish Ideas' 2016 and for his leadership as winner of 'CEO for a Day' at Google in 2018.

Keywords

Quantum Information Science and Technology ; Semiconducting nanowires ; Quantum electronics ; Nanoelectronics ; low-temperature physics ; Spin Qubits ; Silicon ; Electronic transport in low-dimensional systems ; Superconductivity, spintronics, nanofabrication ; quantum dots

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