Assistant Researcher (PI) College of Science, Institute for Quanfum Science and Engineering

Peihao received B.Sc. (2006) and Ph.D. (2011) in Physics from Shanghai Jiao Tong University. He has held Postdoc positions at the University at Buffalo, and the Joint Quantum Institute of NIST and the University of Maryland; and Joined the Southern University of Science and Technology (SUSTech) in 2018. Peihao's current research interest is on the theoretical aspects of solid-state quantum computing, quantum simulation, and quantum dissipative dynamics.

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Solid-state quantum electronics, including semiconductor spin qubit, quantum simulation, quantum dissipative dynamics, and etc.

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1. P. Huang* and X. Hu, Spin manipulation and decoherence in a quantum dot mediated by a synthetic spin–orbit coupling of broken T-symmetry, New J. Phys. 24, 013002 (2022)

2. P. Huang*, Dephasing of Exchange-Coupled Spins in Quantum Dots for Quantum Computing, Adv. Quantum Technol. 2021, 2100018 (2021)

3. P. Huang* and X. Hu, Fast spin-valley-based quantum gates in Si with micromagnets, NPJ Quantum Inf. 7, 162 (2021)

4. X. Cao, C. Jiang, and P. Huang*, Non-Markovian dynamics of the driven spin-boson model, New J. Phys. 23, 093044 (2021)

5. X. Zhang, Y. Zhou, R.-Z. Hu, R.-L. Ma, M. Ni, K. Wang, G. Luo, G. Cao, G.-L. Wang, P. Huang, X. Hu, H.-W. Jiang, H.-O. Li, G.-C. Guo, and G.-P. Guo, Controlling Synthetic Spin-Orbit Coupling in a Silicon Quantum Dot with Magnetic Field, Phys. Rev. Appl. 15, 044042 (2021)

6. 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. Appl. 11, 014001 (2019)

7. P. Huang, N. M. Zimmerman, and G. W. Bryant, Spin decoherence in a two-qubit CPHASE gate, NPJ Quantum Inf. 4, 62 (2018)

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

9. 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)

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

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

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

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

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

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

16. C. Gan, P. Huang, and H. Zheng, Non-Markovian dynamics of a biased qubit coupled to a structured bath, J. Phys.: Condens. Matter 22, 115301 (2010)

17. W. Ju, K. Zhu, PH, and H. Zheng, The dynamics of a double-dot charge qubit embedded in a suspended phonon cavity, Eur. Phys. J. B 72, 417 (2009)

18. P. Huang and H. Zheng, Quantum dynamics of a qubit coupled with a structured bath, J. Phys.: Condens. Matter 20, 395233 (2008)

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Postdoc positions are available:

  1. Solid-State Quantum Computing
    1. Familiar with solid-state quantum bit (semiconductor or superconducting), quantum optics, or condensed matter physics;
    2. Experiences of scientific writing and publications;
    3. Good communication and fluent programming skills.
  2. Quantum Simulation
    1. Familiar with condensed-matter physics theory, many-body physics, or quantum algorithms;
    2. Experiences of scientific writing and publications;
    3. Good communication and fluent programming skills.

To apply: Please contact Dr. Huang at with a CV attached.

Job Duties: The job is to perform theoretical research and calculation, write manuscripts, and collaborate with experimental colleagues. 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 physics.

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




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