Quantum Computing and Devices (QCD)
Dr. Mikko Möttönen
(to Mikko’s Quantum Blog)
The Quantum Computing and Devices (QCD) group was formed in October 2007 in the Academy of Finland Center of Excellence in Computational Nanoscience (COMP). Since 2012, the premises of our research group has been referred to as QCD Labs. We keep an open mind and explore the most interesting and promising pathways to reach maximal quality and productivity in our research. Our research themes vary from experimental physics to the fundamental theory of quantum mechanics. Currently, we focus on superconducting and silicon nanoelectronics as well as monopoles in Bose-Einstein condensates.
mikko.mottonen at aalto.fi
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Micronova, Tietotie 3
02015 Espoo, Finland
Quantum-limited heat conduction over macroscopic distances
Our paper "Quantum-limited heat conduction over macroscopic distances" has just been published in Nature Physics.
News stories on quantum knots
Quantum knots were widely reported in the media around the world.
Yle Puhe interview about quantum knots
Yle Puhe interviewed Mikko Möttönen about quantum knots.
Quantum knots observed for the first time
Our paper titled "Tying Quantum Knots" was just published in Nature Physics.
Interview in Scientific Computing World
Mikko Möttönen's interview in Scientific Computing World.
Mikko Möttönen's interview in Tiede magazine
Möttönen was interviewed for the latest Tiede magazine (12/2015).
COMP Seminar and SAB
Director Päivi Törmä and Vice Director Mikko Alava will host a two-day event at COMP.