Alexander N. Korotkov
Professor

Department of Electrical Engineering
University of California
Riverside, California 92521

Phone: 1 (951) 827-2345
FAX: 1 (951) 827-2425
E-mail: korotkov@ee.ucr.edu


CV, List of publications, Recent papers, Recent presentations
Research group, News items
Courses

Graduate students are invited

Research interests
quantum computing with superconducting qubits, quantum measurements, nanoelectronics

Publications and presentations
115 journal papers, 37 proceedings and book chapters, over 100 conference presentations, 1 patent (see List of publications, Links to recent papers, and Recent presentations)

Citation index
Over 3,000 citations total (see list; source: http://www.isiwebofknowledge.com/); 7 papers cited over 100 times; h-index: 34

Current research funding
Multi-qubit algorithms in Josephson phase qubits, ARO/IARPA (2010-2015)
(see list of papers supported by this grant)
Control of quantum open systems: theory and experiment, ARO MURI (2011-2016)

Research funding in the past
Algorithm demonstrations using Josephson qubits, ARO/IARPA (2008-2010)
High-fidelity Josephson qubits, ARO/DTO (2004-2009)
Quantum measurement for quantum computing, ARO (2001-2004)
Single-electron memory, SRC (2001-2003)
Applications of single-electron tinneling, Samsung (1997-1998)
8 small research/travel grants from UCR (2001-2009)
2 research grants from Russian Fund for Basic Research (1990s)
2 research grants from Russian Committee on Science and Technology (1990s)

Education
Ph.D. in Physics in 1991 from Moscow State University
B.S./M.S. (Cum Laude) in Physics in 1986 from Moscow State University

Employment
UC Riverside, Assistant Professor (2000-2002), Associate Professor (2002-2006), Professor (2006-present)
SUNY Stony Brook (1993-1996, 1998-2000) Postdoc, Research Scientist, Research Assistant Professor
Moscow State University (1987-1993, 1996-1998) Senior Technician, Engineer, Scientist, Senior Scientist
Visiting positions: NEC, Japan (02.97-05.97) Researcher
Universite de la Mediterranee, France (12.97-03.98, 06.98-08.98) Visiting Professor