The Eddleman Quantum Institute is comprised of 26 quantum scientists in the Departments of Chemistry, Mathematics, Physics and Astronomy, Computer Science, and Electrical Engineering.

Maxx Q. Arguilla

Growth and Chemistry of Low-Dimensional Quantum Materials

Kieron Burke

Development of Quantum Simulations

Peter Burke

Quantum electronics and high-speed semiconductor devices

Sasha Chernyshev

Quantum Magnetism

Camilo Velez Cuervo

William J. Evans

Rare-Earth Metal Chemistry

Filipp Ulrich Furche

Electronic Structure Theory

Wilson Ho

Single Molecule Imaging and Nanomagnetism

Sandy Irani

Quantum Computational Complexity and Algorithms

Luis Jauregui

Properties of Emergent Quantum Materials

Svetlana Jitomirskaya

Mathematics of Incommensurable Quantum Structures

Ilya Krivorotov

Spintronics & Nanomagnetism

Howard Lee

Metamaterials, quantum nanophotonics and biophotonics

Vladimir Mandelshtam

Simulations of Atomic & Molecular Clusters; Numerical Methods, Structures, Spectra, Thermodynamics, Nuclear Quantum Effects

SungWoo Nam

Strain Engineering for Emergent Quantum Phenomena

Thorsten Ritz

Theoretical & Computational Biophysics, Quantum Biology of Photosynthesis

Judit Romhanyi

Condensed Matter Physics & Quantum Matter

Javier Sanchez-Yamagishi

2-D Materials & Quantum Phenomena

Thomas Scaffidi

Emergent Quantum Matter

Maxim Shcherbakov

Nanophotonic Quantum Science

Steven R. White

Numerical Simulations of Correlated Systems; DMRG

Jesse Wolfson

Topology and Applications Mathematics of Topological Materials Topology of Quantum Codes

Ruqian Wu

Quantum Simulations of Nano-Magnetic Systems

Jing Xia

Novel Materials for Quantum Materials

Huolin Xin

Next Generation Energy Storage

Clare Yu

Noise & Decoherence in Superconducting Devices & Qubits


Professor William J. Evans, Director

Please email Ms. Jenise Shourds

164 Rowland Hall
University of California, Irvine
Irvine, CA 92697-4675