Quantum technologies and engineering

Quantum technologies and engineering (QuTeE) focuses on modelling and control techniques to engineer quantum devices and processes.

We work on techniques to design, control and optimise the behaviour of quantum processes based on methods to model and simulate quantum systems, characterise their behaviour by parameter and model learning, and visualise and analyse measurement signals. Particular application areas we pursue are related to:

  • spin dynamics
  • quantum spin networks
  • magnetic resonance imaging and spectroscopy
  • spintronics and semiconductor devices
  • chemical synthesis.

Priority area leader

Frank Langbein

Dr Frank Langbein

Senior Lecturer

Related projects

TitleHolderSourceValue (£Ks)
Data-driven simulation of quantum spin network devicesDr F LangbeinSer Cymru NRN Swansea59.4
Optimal control technologies in quantum information processing Dr F. LangbeinEuropean Commission (FP7)15.6
Watermarking geometric modelsDr FC Langbein & Dr AD MarshallAuckland University61.1
Detection of design intent in complex approximate geometric modelsDr FC LangbeinEPSRC123.64
Theory and algorithms for geometric constraint systemsMr FC LangbeinNuffield Foundation6.0