March 17, 2019

An expanded CAIQuE (now the California Institute for Quantum Entanglement) has received a 2019 MRPI award from the UC Office of the President.  We are grateful to UCOP for their continued support, and look forward to continued growth of the institute in a very exciting time for quantum science.

November 17, 2018

Members of CAIQuE helped form the nucleus of a new MURI project, supported by the Army Research Office, which focuses on realization of anyons in cold atoms and graphene. The multi-million-dollar project aims to demonstrate and comprehensively explore nonabelian anyons via an interdependent investigation of solid-state materials and ultracold atoms.

October 13, 2016

A new method of trapping and cooling atoms has been realized by a team of CAIQuE researchers in Wes Campbell's group at UCLA. Andrew Jayich, Xueping Long, and Campbell used a pulsed laser known as a frequency comb to cool 10 million rubidium atoms to about 60 microkelvin. The team has developed a theoretical model that demonstrates that the method can also be used to cool species important to biology and astronomy such as atomic hydrogen, antihydrogen, carbon, oxygen and nitrogen.

February 29, 2016

IQE PI Julio Barreiro has received a Research Fellowship from the Alfred P. Sloan Foundation.  The Sloan Research Fellowships provide early-career scientists and scholars, who are identified as "rising stars" due to their achievements and potential, with recognition and funding to further their research. 

February 28, 2016

IQE PI David Weld has received a CAREER award from the National Science Foundation.  The award will support a program of IQE-relevant research into quantum emulation of strongly-driven interacting systems, combined with an outreach program focusing on scientific professional development at the high school, community college, undergraduate, graduate, and postdoctoral levels.

January 18, 2016

The first IQE collaboration meeting, held in Berkeley on January 11th, 2016, brought together more than 50 researchers in quantum emulation from throughout the UC system and beyond.  Highlights included research presentations by IQE faculty, postdocs, and graduate students, a lively poster session, and the IQE Symposium on "New Directions in Quantum Emulation," featuring a keynote address by Nobel laureate Wolfgang Ketterle of MIT.

December 10, 2014

University of California President Janet Napolitano today (Dec. 10) announced the first recipients of the President’s Research Catalyst Awards, chosen from a pool of almost 200 proposals. The projects involve multi-campus, multi-disciplinary efforts, incorporating research, teaching and learning for undergraduate and graduate students. The awards are designed to stimulate UC research in areas that could benefit California and the world.

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