Anthony joined the physics department in the spring of 2017. As a Dicke fellow, he is working with Prof. Jason Petta to study Si/SiGe-based quantum dot devices for quantum information processing applications. More specifically, Anthony is studying multi-qubit interactions and the implementation of quantum algorithms in state-of-the-art quantum devices.
Prior to joining the Physics department, Anthony was a Gordon Y.S. Wu fellow in Princeton’s Electrical Engineering department working with Prof. Stephen Lyon. His PhD work focused on studying donor electron and nuclear spin dynamics in silicon and germanium using novel superconducting electron spin resonance devices. His research explored the physical processes that couple electron and nuclear spins to electric fields and led to the first demonstration of all-electrical nuclear spin control in silicon.