Scalable Quantum Nanophotonics: From Nanofabrication to Quantum Circuit Mapping
Cornell University Broadcast via Zoom on campus in 233 Phillips Hall 233 Phillips Hall
Join us as Professor Radulaski discusses photonic systems used for determining quantum sources, quantum repeaters, and other key devices for quantum information processing.
Marina Radulaski is an Associate Professor of Electrical and Computer Engineering at University of California, Davis where she leads the Quantum Nanophotonics Laboratory. She is also an Affiliate Faculty at the Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory. She obtained a Ph.D. in applied physics and postdoctoral training in electrical engineering at Stanford University and holds undergraduate degrees in theoretical physics and computer science from the University of Belgrade and the Union University in Serbia.
Radulaski is a recipient of the 2023 AFOSR Young Investigator Program Award, the 2022 Google Research Scholar Award, and the 2021 NSF CAREER Award. She was selected for the 2021 ETH Pauli Center for Theoretical Study Visiting Researcher program, 2017 Rising Stars in EECS cohort, 2017 Stanford Nano- and Quantum Science and Engineering Postdoctoral Fellows, 2012 Stanford Graduate Fellows, and 2012 Scientific American 30-Under-30 Up and Coming Physicists.