Vladimir Manucharyan

Senior Investigator

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Vladimir Manucharyan is an associate professor in the Department of Physics and a Fellow of the Joint Quantum Institute at the University of Maryland. He leads a research group that focuses on creating quantum technology from capacitors, inductors, and Josephson junctions, the three elements of superconducting circuits. Their interests include new qubits and gates for scalable quantum processors, quantum simulations of important many-body problems, quantum metrology, and mesoscopic superconductivity. Manucharyan received his doctorate from Yale University in 2012.