Recent News

Travis becomes a scientific advisor to PlanQC

Travis has been appointed as a scientific advisor to PlanQC. PlanQC is one of Europe's leading neutral atom quantum computing companies, and they are taking innovative new directions that Travis is very excited to be a part of.

Jinchao graduates!

Jinchao defended earlier today. His talk went well, and of course he passed (not that there was any doubt). After his defense, he was treated to his favorite hot pot with the rest of the group. Congradulations, Doctor!

Nicholson Labs is moving to Duke University

(Duke Quantum Center, Chesterfield Building, Durham NC USA.) Nicholson Labs is moving! We will be relocating to Duke University in the United States, where we will be a part of the Duke Quantum Center. The DQC is a new kind of vertical quantum center that we couldn't...

Desiree graduates

Our master's student Desiree Lim has graduated. She has accepted a position as a quantum hardware engineer at PASQAL and will join them next month. Congratulations, Desiree! All the best!

Indium team wins 2022 NUS Physics Breakthrough Prize

(Left: Prof Gong Jiangbin, chair of NUS physics department. Right: Travis Nicholson.) The indium team has been awarded the 2022 NUS Physics Breakthrough Prize for our realization of the first indium magneto-optical trap. We thank the NUS Physics Department for this...

Xianquan defends!

Xianquan defended his thesis today to a packed conference room. His talk was great, and his defense committee were all very impressed with his work. Congratulations, Dr. Yu!

Indium talk at 2022 IPS meeting

We have a talk at next week's 2022 IPS meeting here in Singapore (NTU campus). Xianquan will be discussing recent indium results. His talk is on 28 September in the 11:15 am session (room LT5). Come check it out!

New strontium PhD student

We welcome our new PhD student, Eugene Koh. Eugene completed his undergraduate degree at NUS, where he did research in the group of Valerio Scarani. Welcome, Eugene!

Indium result receives more popular science press

Our ultracold indium results are now featured in Physics World research updates. Also, Phys.org reported on our work. We thank both publications for their interest in our research. Additionally, the CQT media office wrote a nice highlight about our indium experiment....

Indium results appear in Nature research highlights

We are pleased to share that Nature published a research highlight about our indium work. Check it out here.

Recent News

Travis becomes a scientific advisor to PlanQC

Travis becomes a scientific advisor to PlanQC

Travis has been appointed as a scientific advisor to PlanQC. PlanQC is one of Europe's leading neutral atom quantum computing companies, and they are taking innovative new directions that Travis is very excited to be a part of.

Jinchao graduates!

Jinchao graduates!

Jinchao defended earlier today. His talk went well, and of course he passed (not that there was any doubt). After his defense, he was treated to his favorite hot pot with the rest of the group. Congradulations, Doctor!

Nicholson Labs is moving to Duke University

Nicholson Labs is moving to Duke University

(Duke Quantum Center, Chesterfield Building, Durham NC USA.) Nicholson Labs is moving! We will be relocating to Duke University in the United States, where we will be a part of the Duke Quantum Center. The DQC is a new kind of vertical quantum center that we couldn't...

Desiree graduates

Desiree graduates

Our master's student Desiree Lim has graduated. She has accepted a position as a quantum hardware engineer at PASQAL and will join them next month. Congratulations, Desiree! All the best!

Indium team wins 2022 NUS Physics Breakthrough Prize

Indium team wins 2022 NUS Physics Breakthrough Prize

(Left: Prof Gong Jiangbin, chair of NUS physics department. Right: Travis Nicholson.) The indium team has been awarded the 2022 NUS Physics Breakthrough Prize for our realization of the first indium magneto-optical trap. We thank the NUS Physics Department for this...

Xianquan defends!

Xianquan defends!

Xianquan defended his thesis today to a packed conference room. His talk was great, and his defense committee were all very impressed with his work. Congratulations, Dr. Yu!

Indium talk at 2022 IPS meeting

We have a talk at next week's 2022 IPS meeting here in Singapore (NTU campus). Xianquan will be discussing recent indium results. His talk is on 28 September in the 11:15 am session (room LT5). Come check it out!

New strontium PhD student

New strontium PhD student

We welcome our new PhD student, Eugene Koh. Eugene completed his undergraduate degree at NUS, where he did research in the group of Valerio Scarani. Welcome, Eugene!

Indium result receives more popular science press

Our ultracold indium results are now featured in Physics World research updates. Also, Phys.org reported on our work. We thank both publications for their interest in our research. Additionally, the CQT media office wrote a nice highlight about our indium experiment....