David Lucas leads NQIT’s work on ion trap node engineering and is the NQIT Associate Director for Hardware. Alongside Professor Andrew Steane, he co-leads the Oxford ion trap quantum computing research group that has realised a full set of one- and two-qubit operations with world-leading performance far surpassing fault-tolerance thresholds. He has a wide range of expertise in experimental quantum physics, including precision measurements, cold atoms and trapped ions.
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