The Quantum Devices Group at the University of British Columbia is led by Dr.
Joshua Folk. For more details and contact infomation please check the list of members.
Our group measures the electronic properties of nanometer- and micron-scale
devices at temperatures from 0.01K to 1K, where electronic transport
is dominated by quantum mechanical effects. Many of our experiments
focus on electron spin, because spin is the quantum degree of freedom
that is most resilient to environmental decoherence. Specific
projects currently underway include spin current control and
measurement in GaAs circuits, decoherence and Kondo interactions in
quantum dots, and graphene nanoelectronics. Positions are available
for undergraduate and graduate students (please contact Joshua Folk
by email for further information).
The Quantum Devices Group is located in Room 101 of Hennings Building.
6224 Agricultural Road
Vancouver, BC V6T 1Z1, Canada