Robin Blume-Kohout (PhD. UC Berkeley, 2005) founded and co-leads the QPL. He has studied quantum computer characterization and benchmarking since 2005, with particular expertise in quantum tomography, and serves on the editorial review board for PRX Quantum.
Kevin Young (PhD. UC Berkeley, 2010) co-leads the QPL. He is an expert in the characterization, benchmarking, and modeling of quantum computers, with special expertise in trapped-ion systems. He is a 2020 DOE Early Career Award recipient for calibration of quantum computers.
Erik Nielsen (PhD. Princeton, 2008) is the lead developer of pyGSTi and an expert in semiconductor qubit modeling. His research focuses on gate set tomography (GST) and other forms of model-based characterization.
Kenneth Rudinger (PhD. Wisconsin, 2014) is an expert in quantum computer characterization and in applying cutting-edge performance assessment techniques to real quantum computing hardware.
Timothy Proctor (PhD. Leeds, 2016) leads the QPL’s research into quantum computer benchmarking methods. He is also an expert on randomized benchmarking and time-resolved characterization of quantum computers.
Matthew Grace (PhD. Princeton, 2007) is an expert in quantum control and decoherence management.
Stefan Seritan (PhD. Stanford, 2020) is a primary developer and maintainer of pyGSTi. He is an expert in scientific software and quantum chemistry.
Postdocs and students
Corey Ostrove (PhD. UT-Austin, 2021) joined the QPL as a postdoctoral scholar in 2021.
Daniel Hothem (PhD. Oregon, 2021) joined the QPL as a postdoctoral scholar in 2021.
Megan Dahlhauser (PhD. Tennessee, 2021) joined the QPL as a postdoctoral scholar in 2021.
Alicia Magann (PhD. Princeton, 2021) is a Sandia Truman Fellow, and a QPL affiliate.
Jordan Hines is a PhD student at UC-Berkeley and a QPL affiliate.
Anthony Polloreno is a PhD student at CU-Boulder, a QISE-NET fellow, and a QPL affiliate.
Jean-Paul Marceaux is a PhD student at UC-Berkeley, a QISE-NET fellow, and a QPL affiliate.