Better Qubits Through Material Science with Nathalie DeLeon

In this episode we are joined by Nathalie DeLeon, Associate Professor of Electrical and Computer Engineering at Princeton University, who is well known for her research in color centers. Also known as diamond vacancies, these materials are a really fascinating platform for quantum information science and engineering applications. In today’s episode, Nathalie shares her journey to become a professor and the winner of the Rolf Landauer and Charles H. Bennett Award in Quantum Computing.

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Your hosts, Sebastian Hassinger and Kevin Rowney, interview brilliant research scientists, software developers, engineers and others actively exploring the possibilities of our new quantum era. We will cover topics in quantum computing, networking and sensing, focusing on hardware, algorithms and general theory. The show aims for accessibility - neither of us are physicists! - and we'll try to provide context for the terminology and glimpses at the fascinating history of this new field as it evolves in real time.