Superconducting quantum circuits in Quantum Transport

Welcome to DiCarlo Lab at Delft University of Technology! We are part of the Quantum Transport Section of the Quantum Nanoscience Department within the Kavli Institute of Nanoscience.


We develop superconducting quantum circuits with applications in quantum computing. Currently, we are creating a toolbox of quantum measurements and feedback control for the circuit quantum electrodynamics architecture.

We also collaborate locally on hybrid quantum computing and highly-disordered superconductors. We invite you to our research section for more detailed information.

Latest News

Oct. 17, 2014: Diego Riste has just defended his PhD thesis, and graduated with cum laude distinction! Congratulations Diego!

Upcoming talks

Oct. 16, 2014, 4 pm, Aula Lecture Hall C: Michel Devoret, Yale University. Friction and Measurements that Preserve rather than Destroy Quantum Entanglement.

Oct. 17, 2014, 4pm, EWI Lecture Hall F: Andreas Wallraff, ETH Zurich. Simulating an Interacting Quantum Gas with Superconducting Circuits.

We have exciting seminars year round. Click on the icons below to view the various calendars:

Kavli Quantum Nanoscience Seminar

Journal club

We meet every Wednesday at 11 am in F028 to discuss latest developments in superconducting quantum circuits. We invite you to take a look at our list of recent papers, and to join our discussion.