Mikhail D. Lukin

2002 Fellow

Current Institution: Harvard University


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About Mikhail D. Lukin's Work

My research combines theoretical, computational, and experimental components with special emphasis on studying quantum mechanical coherence, interference, and entanglement phenomena. The general goal is to develop new techniques for controlling quantum evolution of quantum mechanical systems consisting of interacting atoms, molecules, photons, or electrons, and to use these techniques for exploring new science (e.g., quantum correlations in many body systems and the role of coherence) and potential applications (e.g., quantum information processing).

Awards and Achievements

National Academy of Science