PhD student in the experimental quantum computing group
Harsh Bhardwaj did his B.Sc. in Physics at the University of Delhi, India. Later he moved to Germany to pursue the newly founded M.Sc. Physics track in quantum technologies at RWTH Aachen University, with an emphasis on experimental quantum computation. As a part of the master’s degree, he worked on a scalable architecture for quantum computing based on shuttling of semiconductor spin qubits in the group of Prof. H. Bluhm. Motivated to dive deeper into the quantum realm, he joined PGI-13 as a PhD student under the supervision of Prof. Dr. Ir. Rami Barends and Dr. Pavel Bushev.
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