The Chameleon Interferometer
How Cold Can a Tiny Drum Get?
Dancing to the Quantum Drum Song
Good Vibrations: The Experiment
Entangling tiny drum's beat with microwaves

About the Laboratory

In our group, we build electrical and electromechanical machines and coax them into exhibiting quantum behavior. We are motivated by asking: “what is the largest and most tangible object that can be in two places at once?” In addition, we seek to use these machines to store, process, and transmit information in an essentially quantum way. Finally, we develop measurement tools for sensing feeble forces and electrical signals at the limits imposed by quantum mechanics.

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