Tasshi Dennis
Lecturer
Physics

Office: 1-4648, NIST, 325 Broadway

Research Interests:

I am the leader of the quantum networking and transduction project within the Communications Technology Laboratory at the National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST). Our project involves the design and fabrication of quantum transduction devices, their bi-directional operation between the microwave and optical domains, and their use in the networking of superconducting quantum computers. We are exploring both squeezed states and single photons as the distributed entanglement resource. Our lab is located on the NIST-Boulder campus. We are always looking for skilled and motivated graduate students and postdocs. 

Selected Publications:

  1. “Optically Distributing Remote Two-Node Microwave Entanglement Using Doubly Parametric Quantum Transducers,” Akira Kyle, Curtis L. Rau, William D. Warfield, Alex Kwiatkowski, John D. Teufel, Konrad W. Lehnert, and Tasshi Dennis, Phys. Rev. Applied, Vol. 20, 014055, July 2023.
  2. “Entanglement Thresholds of Doubly Parametric Quantum Transducers,” Curtis L. Rau, Akira Kyle, Alex Kwiatkowski, Ezad Shojaee, John D. Teufel, Konrad W. Lehnert, and Tasshi Dennis, Phys. Rev. Applied, Vol. 17, 044057, April 2022.