Academic Staff and Fellows

KONDO Yasushi
Professor PhD (Science)
Department/Science  Graduate school/Science

Research is carried out with an interest in a wide range of control methods, in which quantum mechanics such as quantum information and quantum control play an important role. In particular, if quantum computers are realized, it will change the world. It is hoped that the elemental research conducted here will help make such computers a reality.

Quantum discord as a function of the initial state in one of quantum error corrections

Research Area Quantum Information, Condensed Matter Physics
Research Interests Quantum Error Correction
Robust Quantum Operations
Selected Publications (1) Realization of controllable open system with NMR
Le Bin Ho, Y. Matsuzaki, M. Matsuzaki, and Y. Kondo
New Journal of Physics 21 (2019) 093008.

(2) Simple and low-cost tabletop NMR system for chemical-shift-rosultion spectra measurements
Y. Hibino, K. Sugahara, Y. Muro, H. Tanaka, T. Sato, and Y. Kondo
J. Mag. Res. 294 (2018) 128-132.

(3) Using the quantum Zeno effect for suppression of decoherence
Yasushi Kondo, Yuichiro Matsuzaki, Kei Matsushima and Jefferson G Filgueiras
New J. Phys. 18 (2016) 013033.
Research and Achievements
Affiliated Academic Societies The Physical Society of Japan, The Japan Society of Applied Physics, American Physical Society
(Undergraduate Course)
Kyoto University
(Master's/Doctral Course)
Kyoto University
Title of Thesis, Institute, Date Study on Magnetization Relaxation and Liquid-Solid Phase Transion of 3He in porous glasses with SQUID NMR
Biography Low Temperature Laboratory at Helsinki University of Technology (Finland), EPV at Universität Bayreuth, Joint Research Center of Atom Technology, Kindai University
Message to Students Think by yourself!
Books Recommended to Students Dr. Spencer Johnson, Who Moved My Cheese?, Vermilion

Quantum Control Laboratory

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Academic Staff and Fellows