IMSE Quantum Computing Lab
As part of the Industrial, Manufacturing and System Engineering department, the IMSE Quantum Computing Lab has it focused on research of theoretical and applied quantum computing. Research interests vary from quantum algorithms and quantum optimization to quantum chemistry and one dimensional quantum systems.
On this webpage, you will find useful information about our research collaborators as well as their interests, recent quantum computing news, and about our associated research groups.
We are currently open to collaborations and in case of interest, contact info is available at the end of the page.
- Quantum algorithms for optimization
- Quantum walks
- Topological Quantum Computing
- Quantum Walk on the Generalized Birkhoff Polytope Graph
- Dr. Ismael de Farias - IMSE Associate Professor
Research interest: Quantum information and computation, condensed matter physics, mathematical optimization
- Dr. Jorge Morales - Department of Chemistry and Biochemistry Professor
Research Interest: Quantum computing applied to quantum chemistry
- Dr. Wade De Gottardi - Department of Physics and Astronomy Associate Professor
Research interest: One-dimensional quantum systems
- Dr. Beth Thacker - Department of Physics and Astronomy Associate Professor
Phone: (806) 834-2996
Research Interest: Quantum computing education
- Quantum Information and Computation, IE 5331-005 Instructor: Dr. Ismael de Farias
- Quantum Chemistry and Quantum Computing, CHEM 5343-001, Instructor: Dr. Jorge Morales
- Introduction to Quantum Computing I, PHYS 4000-40, Instructor: Dr. Beth Thacker
- Introduction to Quantum Computing II, PHYS 4000-42, Instructor: Dr. Beth Thacker
For more information about collaboration, publication or interest in quantum computing education, please contact Dr. Ismael de Farias, Ismael.de-Farias@ttu.edu