I study the fundamental nature of quantum physics and predictability and how to manipulate quantum information in applied quantum computing research. In my current role, I lead a group focused on collaborations to experimentally show the best science we can do with quantum computers today. Additionally, I founded and lead a team called Qiskit Metal, which makes making quantum hardware processors easy by developing a software called Qiskit Metal that is widely used by the community.
- Presidential John Atanasoff Award, The President of Bulgaria (2020)
- Outstanding Technical Achievement Award (OTAA), IBM (2020)
- Global Innovator 35 under 35, MIT Technology Review (2019)
- Top Math/Physical Sciences Discovery of the Year, Discover Magazine (2019)
- Yale-Jefferson Award for Public Service, Yale (2016)
- Z. K. Minev, S. O. Mundhada, S. Shankar, P. Reinhold, R. Gutiérrez-Jáuregui, R. J Schoelkopf, M. Mirrahimi, H. J. Carmichael, M. H. Devoret “To catch and reverse a quantum jump mid-flight,” Nature, vol. 570, no. 7760, pp. 200–204, Jun. 2019
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