Welcome to the Joynt Group

The Joynt research group works in a number of different areas of theoretical physics, but particularly in quantum computing and condensed matter physics.

In quantum computing the main areas are quantum algorithms, general theory of quantum correlations, decoherence with an emphasis on evanescent-wave Johnson noise, quantum error correction, and new designs for electron spin qubit structures.

In condensed matter theory, some recent projects have included discrete scale invariance in topological materials and optical properties of unconventional superconductors.

We collaborate with research groups across the world, particularly in Australia and China.

Apart from research work, I also direct the MS program in Physics-Quantum Computing.

See: https://www.physics.wisc.edu/graduate/mspqc/ and arXiv:2010.13778