Center for Quantum Engineering

Bridging quantum science and engineering

Quantum Science

Quantum science with natural and artificial atoms

Quantum Computing

Superconducting qubits, trapped ions, neutral atoms, and more

Quantum Simulation

Emulating quantum behavior with engineered quantum systems

Quantum Networks

Metropolitan-scale quantum communication test bed

Quantum Sensing

Precision measurement with atoms, ions, defect centers, and more

Quantum Control

Controlling quantum systems with coherent electronics and optics

Engineering Quantum Systems

Integrated photonics and electronics

Quantum Workforce

Quantum-engineering education and professional development

Quantum Science and Engineering Consortium

Engaging industry, government, and academia

Quantum Materials and Fabrication

MIT.nano cleanroom and analysis facilities – opened October 4, 2018

MIT Center for Quantum Engineering (MIT-CQE)

The MIT-CQE is a platform for research, education, and engagement in support of quantum engineering
a new discipline bridging quantum science and engineering to accelerate the development of quantum technologies.

News and Events

05-16-2024 |Physicists create five-lane superhighway for electrons

05-07-2024 |Paper in arXiv from MIT-CQE member Anand Natarajan and co-authors “Succinct arguments for QMA from standard assumptions via compiled nonlocal games

05-06-2024 |Physicists arrange atoms in extremely close proximity

05-06-2024 |Paper in arXiv from MIT-CQE Director Will Oliver, MIT-CQE members Kyle Serniak, Mollie E. Schwartz, Jonilyn L. Yoder, Jeffrey A. Grover and co-authors “Implementing a synthetic magnetic vector potential in a 2D superconducting qubit array

05-02-2024 |Paper in arXiv from MIT-CQE member Anand Natarajan and co-authors “Classical Commitments to Quantum States

04-30-2024 |Paper in Optics Letters from MIT-CQE members, John Chiaverini, Jelena Notaros and co-authors “Integrated visible-light polarization rotators and splitters for atomic quantum systems