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Michel Pioro-Ladrière

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Appointment

  • Fellow
  • Quantum Information Science

Institution

  • Université de Sherbrooke
Department of Physics

Country

  • Canada

Education

PhD (Physics), Université de Sherbrooke
MSc (Physics), Université de Sherbrooke
BSc (Physics), Université de Sherbrooke

About

Physicist Michel Pioro-Ladrière, an expert in quantum spins, is associate director of the Institut quantique at Université de Sherbrooke.

He received his PhD (2005) in experimental physics from Université de Sherbrooke, in partnership with the National Research Council of Canada (NRC), winning the NRC Exceptional Accomplishment Award. From 2005 to 2009 he was a postdoctoral fellow at the Japan Science and Technology Agency. There, he pioneered a micromagnet approach to realize efficient single spin rotations, which is now used worldwide in spin-based quantum information processing research. He was recruited back in 2009 by Université de Sherbrooke, in collaboration with CIFAR, to jumpstart the first research program in Canada that utilizes components found in today’s microchips to ultimately create a quantum computer.

Pioro-Ladrière is the author of 48 peer-reviewed articles, two patents and another patent pending. He is a scientific advisor to Anyon Systems Inc., the first quantum computing company in Québec.

Relevant Publications

Beaudoin, F. et al. "Coupling a single electron spin to a microwave resonator: controlling transverse and longitudinal couplings." Nanotechnology 27 (2016): 464003.


Lachance-Quirion, D. et al. "Magnetomerty of micro-magnets with electrostatically-defined Hall bars." Applied Physics Letters 107 (2015): 223103.


Harvey-Collard, P. et al. "A Silicon Nanocrystal Tunnel Field Effect Transistor." Applied Physics Letters 104 (2014): 93505.


Lachance-Quirion, D. et al. "Telegraphic Noise in Transport through Colloidal Quantum Dots." Nano Letters 14 (2014): 882.


Gaudreau, L. et al. "Coherent Control of Three-spin States in a Triple Quantum Dot." Nature Physics 8 (2012): 54.