College of Science, Institute for Quanfum Science and Engineering

Personal Profile

Peihao received B.Sc. (2006) and Ph.D. (2011) in Physics from Shanghai Jiao Tong University. He has held Postdoc positions at University at Buffalo, California State University, and Joint Quantum Institute of National Institute of Standards and Technology and the University of Maryland; and Joined Southern University of Science and Technology in 2018. Peihao’s current research interest is on the theory of quantum properties in nanostructures.

Research

Peihao's current research interest is on the theory of quantum properties in nanostructures.


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Papers and Patents

B. Sarabi, P. Huang, and N. M. Zimmerman, “Prospective two orders of magnitude enhancement in direct magnetic coupling of a single-atom spin to a circuit resonator”, Phys. Rev. Applied 11, 014001 (2019);

P. Huang, N. M. Zimmerman, G. W. Bryant, “Spin decoherence in a two-qubit CPHASE gate: the critical role of tunneling noise”, npj Quantum Inf. 4, 62 (2018);

P. Huang, G. W. Bryant, “Spin relaxation of a donor electron coupled to interface states”, Phys. Rev. B 98, 195307 (2018);

N.M. Zimmerman, P. Huang, and D. Culcer, “Valley Phase, Interface Roughness and Voltage Control, and Coherent Manipulation in Si Quantum Dots”, Nano Lett. 17, 44614465 (2017);

X. Zhao, P. Huang and X. Hu, “Doppler effect induced spin relaxation boom”, Sci. Rep. 6, 23169 (2016);

P. Huang and X. Hu, “Spin relaxation in a Si quantum dot due to spin-valley mixing”, Phys. Rev. B 90, 235315 (2014);

J. Jing, P. Huang and X. Hu, “Decoherence of an electrically driven spin qubit”, Phys. Rev. A 90, 022118 (2014);

P. Huang and X. Hu, “Spin relaxation due to charge noise”, Phys. Rev. B 89, 195302 (2014);

P. Huang and X. Hu, “Spin qubit relaxation in a moving quantum dot”, Phys. Rev. B 88, 075301 (2013);

P. Huang and H. Zheng, “Effect of bath temperature on the quantum decoherence”, Chem. Phys. Lett. 500, 256-262 (2010);

Presentations:

P. Huang, “Spin decoherence in a single or double quantum dot”, Silicon Quantum Electronics Workshop 2019, San Sebastian, Spain, October 14, 2019.

P. Huang and X. Hu, “Spin decoherence in a quantum dot due to micro-magnets”, APS March Meeting, Boston, MA, March 4, 2019.

P. Huang, N. M. Zimmerman, G. W. Bryant, “Critical role of tunneling noise on spin decoherence in a two-qubit gate”, APS March Meeting, Los Angeles, LA, March 6, 2018.

P. Huang and G.W. Bryant “Electrical control of spin qubit shuttling between a donor and a quantum dot”, APS March Meeting, New Orleans, LA, March 16, 2017.

B. Sarabi, P. Huang, N.M. Zimmerman, “Prospective enhancement in the spin-to-photon magnetic coupling rate using tri-layer lumped element superconducting resonators”, APS March Meeting, New Orleans, LA, March 16, 2017.

P. Huang, G.W. Bryant, “Decoherence of two electron spin qubit in Si double quantum dot with g-factor modulations”, APS March Meeting, Baltimore, MD, March 16, 2016.

P. Huang, “Spin relaxation in a quantum dot and its impact on spin-based quantum computing”, Division Seminar, National Institute of Standards and Technology, Gaithersburg, MD, April 22, 2015.

P. Huang and X. Hu, “Spin Relaxation due to Charge Noise in Si Quantum Dot with Valley Splitting”, APS March Meeting, Denver, CO. March 5, 2014.

P. Huang and X. Hu, “Spin qubit relaxation in a moving quantum dot”, APS March Meeting, Baltimore, MD. March 19, 2013.

P. Huang and X. Hu, “Spin qubit relaxation due to charge noise”, APS March Meeting, Baltimore, MD. March 19, 2013.

P. Huang and X. Hu, “Spin qubit relaxation in a moving quantum dot”, Departmental Seminar, University at Buffalo, Buffalo, NY, October 9, 2012.

P. Huang and H. Zheng, “Effect of bath temperature on the quantum decoherence”, 16th National Conference on Theoretical Condensed Matter and statistical physics, Jilin, Changchun, China. August 22, 2010.

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Postdoc positions (2020) are available, please contact Dr. Huang at huangphATsustech.edu.cn for details.

Job Duties: The job is to perform theoretical research, calculation, writing manuscripts. Current research interest in the group includes quantum decoherence, manipulation and communication in silicon quantum dots, donor systems, or superconducting quantum circuits.

Minimum Qualifications: PhD in theoretical condensed matter physics or theoretical quantum optics. At least three years of research experience is required.

Salary Range: RMB300,000-500,000 annually (about USD42,000-USD70,000).

To apply for the job, please contact Dr. Huang at huangphATsustech.edu.cn with a CV attached. Applications should be submitted by Jan. 31, 2020, although applications submitted later may be considered until the positions are filled.

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