Isaac Chuang

 

 


 

Isaac Chuang is a professor of Physics and a professor of Electrical Engineering and Computer Science at MIT. His research focuses on quantum information and quantum computation. Professor Chuang leads the NSF IGERT on Interdisciplinary Quantum Information Science and Engineering at MIT. He is deeply involved in developing new methods for teaching and learning, as the associate director of MIT's Office of Digital Learning, and as a core developer of the edX platform.

More info: http://web.mit.edu/physics/people/faculty/chuang_isaac.html




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Feb 15th 2017

Learn about the physics of photons with applications to modern atomic and optical physics. In this physics course, you will learn about the quantum description of light with applications to squeezed states of light and teleportation as well as the non-classical states of light and single photons. You will learn how to do metrology with light. You will also learn about correlations with photons as well as atom correlation functions.

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Sep 26th 2016

Learn about quantum computation and quantum information in this advanced graduate level course from MIT. Already know something about quantum mechanics, quantum bits and quantum logic gates, but want to design new quantum algorithms, and explore multi-party quantum protocols? This is the course for you!

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Jan 15th 2016

Fifth part of a course in modern atomic and optical physics: the physics of atomic coherence.

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Dec 14th 2015

Fourth part of a course in modern atomic and optical physics: the physics of line shapes and two-photon transitions.

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Nov 16th 2015

Third part of a course in modern atomic and optical physics: the physics of interactions of atoms with an electromagnetic field.

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Oct 19th 2015

Second part of a course in modern atomic and optical physics: the structure of atoms, and how they behave in static electromagnetic fields.

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Sep 21st 2015

First part of a course in modern atomic and optical physics: the physics of resonances, a central theme in atomic physics.

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