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Jacob Taylor

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Adjunct Associate Professor
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(301) 975-8586
(301) 405-7905
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University of Maryland
2101 CSS Bldg
College Park, MD 20742
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United States
Research Topics:
Understanding the fundamental and practical limits to building quantum information devices, Studying novel approaches to entangling atomic, photonic, and solid state systems, Exploring potential applications of quantum information systems to metrology and measurement science


Andrew Glaudell
Michael Gullans
Steve Ragole
Graduate Student
Joe Smiga
Chiao-Hsuan Wang
Graduate Student
Xunnong Xu
Graduate Student


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Prabin Adhikari
Graduate Student
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Dvir Kafri
Graduate Student
Vanita Srinivasta, JQI
Vanita Srinivasa
Postdoctoral Researcher
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Haitan Xu
Graduate Student

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