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Eesh Gupta

Undergraduate student

I am a fourth year undergraduate student from New Delhi, India. I research methods to enact quantum gates on superconducting qubits and multimode cavities. Outside of lab, you can find me napping on the gentle shores of the East Coast. You can find more information about me and my research here.

Jordan Huang

Graduate student

I am a physics PhD student interested in developing quantum information processing hardware. I grew up in California where I attended the University of California, Berkeley to study physics as an undergraduate. I am currently exploring a multimode cavity architecture for performing quantum information processing and conducting quantum optics experiments. I am also interested in

Tom Dinapoli

Graduate student

I’m a Ph.D. student in the Chakram Lab studying superconducting quantum systems. I grew up here in central New Jersey, venturing north to Dartmouth College for my undergraduate studies in physics, astronomy, and music. After graduating in 2010, I spent several years in industry, mostly as a physics engineer working on proton accelerators used in


I am looking for motivated and curious people at all levels, with an interest in quantum science. If you are interested in joining my research group as an undergraduate research assistant, a graduate student, or a postdoc, please contact

Srivatsan Chakram

Principal Investigator

I am an experimental quantum physicist engaged in the area of Superconducting Quantum Systems. My current research lies at the interface of quantum information, quantum optics, and condensed matter physics and involves building and studying quantum devices made from superconducting circuits and cavities. We use these devices to build hardware-efficient quantum information processors, explore quantum