The High Lab studies optical and quantum science. We explore new methods to craft nanoscale interactions between light and low-dimensional solid state systems. By doing so, we can fundamentally modify materials, for instance by breaking time-reversal symmetry, or we can create deterministic, coherent interactions between single photons and quantum states. Our expertise integrates semiconductor physics, quantum optics, precision fabrication, plasmonics and integrated photonics. Currently, we are building next generation quantum technologies in diamond, exploring novel forms of interaction between quantum states, and exploring physics and technologies of excitons and correlated electrons in 2D materials.
The High lab has an opening for a postdoctoral researcher. The postdoc will explore new pathways to improve qubits in diamond for quantum technologies. The research leverages our recent development of diamond membranes and new opportunities to manipulate quantum states therein. We are looking for a recent Ph.D. with experience in quantum, materials, and/or optical science. Please reach out to Alex (email@example.com) with any inquiries!