Boris Blinov

Boris Blinov graduated from Moscow State University in 1995 and received his Ph.D. from the University of Michigan in 2000, working on polarized beam storage and acceleration. In 2001 he joined Christopher Monroe’s group at the University of Michigan as a postdoctoral fellow, where he explored trapped-ion quantum computing. In September of 2005 he became an Assistant Professor of Physics at the University of Washington. (Photo by Aleksey Blinov.)

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Boris Blinov Published April 5, 2010

Quantum Information | Optics

A trick for modulating optical frequency combs will enable more flexible control over trapped-ion qubits.