The Barreiro Lab, since the summer of 2014

is at the Department of Physics, University of California, San Diego, just a park away from the beach.

Previuos research: Hyperentanglement, superdense coding

Entanglement in more than one degree of freedom. Beating the channel capacity limit for linear photonic super dense coding @ Kwiat's quantum information group

Previous research: Entanglement, quantum computation and simulations with trapped ions

@ Rainer Blatt's quantum optics and spectroscopy group

Previous research: Ultracold bosons in optical superlattices

Quantum optics and quantum many-body systems using ultracold atoms @ Immanuel Bloch's Quantum Optics group

California Institute for Quantum Emulation

UC President’s Research Catalyst Award for CaIQuE: a UC-wide multidisciplinary research center focused on new experimental and theoretical approaches to complex quantum phenomena.

Current research: ultracold atoms

Fermionic quantum computer

By loading ultracold Sr atoms in highly-controllable optical potentials, we aim to build a fermionic quantum computer for quantum chemistry.

Quantum computer

Daley's quantum computer based on Sr atoms in optical lattices would also be possible.

New states of matter

By simulating paradigmatic Hamiltonians and Liouvillians, we will realize new dynamics and states of strongly correlated matter.
California Institute for Quantum Emulation

California Institute for Quantum Emulation

CAIQuE brings together researchers from five UC campuses with a joint focus on driving advances in research, education, and training in the fast growing field of quantum emulation.
The Barreiro Lab started in the summer of 2014 and will build an ultracold Strontium experiment aimed at creating new states of matter and realizing a (fermionic) quantum computer.
Our work is sponsored by grants from the Regents of the University of California.