Developing Stable Quantum Structure

Developing Stable Quantum Structure

MSI PI Vlad Pribiag (professor, Physics and Astronomy) is leading a team that is developing a new process combining quantum physics and biochemistry that could lead to a major breakthrough in the quantum computing field. The team has received a $1.4M grant from the W.M. Keck Foundation for a project that will use DNA nanoassembly techniques to create stable quantum structures. A story about this research appears on the University of Minnesota News website: UMN-led team receives $1.4M Keck Foundation grant to study possible breakthrough in quantum computing.

Professor Pribiag uses MSI resources for density functional theory calculations in support of research into the interfaces of materials.

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