### Members People

Prof.
Dvira
Segal

Department of Chemistry, UofT

CQIQC Director (interim)

Theory of quantum dynamics, transport and thermodynamics

Prof.
Alán
Aspuru-Guzik

Department of Chemistry / Computer Science, UofT

CQIQC Member

Quantum computing, AI for discovery and self-driving labs, energy and functional materials

Prof.
Paul
Brumer

Department of Chemistry, UofT

CQIQC Member

Quantum dynamics on the nanoscale, quantum control, foundations of quantum mechanics

Prof.
Juan Felipe
Carrasquilla

Department of Physics, UofT

CQIQC Member

Quantum many-body physics, machine learning, quantum computing.

Prof.
Man-Duen
Choi

Department of Mathematics, UofT

CQIQC Member

Operator theory, operator algebras, matrix theory

Prof.
Amr
Helmy

Electrical & Computer Engineering, UofT

CQIQC Member

quantum optics and nonlinear integrated photonic devices, optical signal processing, communications and sensing

Prof.
Artur
Izmaylov

Department of Chemistry, UofT

CQIQC Member

Quantum computing, electronic structure, nonadiabatic chemical dynamics

Prof.
Daniel
James

Department of Pysics, UofT

CQIQC Member

Theory of quantum and classical optics, entanglement for communications, computation and metrology

Prof.
Raymond
Kapral

Department of Chemistry, UofT

CQIQC Member

Quantum-classical dynamics in open systems, nonequilibrium statistical mechanics, nanomotors, molecular machines

Prof.
Hae-Young
Kee

Department of Physics, UofT

CQIQC Member

Spin liquids, topological insulators, topological metals, topological superconductors, high temperature superconductors, electronic liquid crystalline materials, frustrated quantum magnets, ultra-cold atom systems, thermoelectric materials

Prof.
Yong-Baek
Kim

Department of Physics, UofT

CQIQC Member

Topological phases of quantum matter, quantum spin liquid, quantum entanglement and dynamics in many-body systems, quantum-classical hybrid algorithms for near-term quantum computing.

Prof.
Young-June
Kim

Department of Physics, UoftT

CQIQC Member

Experimental condensed matter physics, quantum materials, quantum magnetism.

Prof.
Hoi-Kwong
Lo

Electrical & Computer Engineering, UofT

CQIQC Member

quantum information processing, theory and experiment of quantum cryptography, entanglement theory

Prof.
Arun
Paramekanti

Department of Physics, UofT

CQIQC Member

Theory of quantum materials, quantum magnetism, spin liquids, superconductivity, many body effects in ultracold atoms,

Prof.
Joyce
Poon

Electrical & Computer Engineering, UofT

CQIQC Member

Integrated photonic devices and circuits for communications and neurotechnology

Prof.
Li
Qian

Electrical & Computer Engineering, UofT

CQIQC Member

fibre-based photonic technologies and applications, quantum communication

Prof.
Harry
Ruda

Department of Materials Science & Engineering, UofT

CQIQC Member

Nanoelectronics and nanophotonics, quantum transport and spintronics, nonlinear optical effects, plasmonics

Prof.
Thomas
Scaffidi

Department of Physics, UofT

CQIQC Member

quantum dynamics, quantum chaos, quantum transport, quantum phase transitions, topological matter, superconductivity

Prof.
John
Sipe

Department of Pysics, UofT

CQIQC Member

Theoretical quantum optics and condensed matter physics, light-matter interaction, nonlinear quantum optical eﬀects in integrated photonic devices

Prof.
Aephraim
Steinberg

Department of Pysics, UofT

CQIQC Member

Experimental quantum measurement, ultracold atoms, quantum optics, quantum information

Prof.
Joseph
Thywissen

Department of Pysics, UofT

CQIQC Member

Experimental atomic physics, trapped ultracold atomic gases, non-equilibrium phenomena, quantum simulation, quantum information

Prof.
Sorin
Voinigescu

Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering, UofT

CQIQC Member

Elevated Temperature Large Scale Monolithic Quantum Processors

Prof.
John
Wei

Department of Pysics, UofT

CQIQC Member

Experimental quantum materials, superconductivity, topological phenomena, heterostructures

Prof.
Nathan
Wiebe

Department of Computer Science, UofT

CQIQC Member

Quantum simulation, machine learning, quantum computing

Prof.
Henry
Yuen

Department of Computer Science, Columbia

CQIQC Member

quantum computing, complexity theory, cryptography, and information theory