The mission of the Center for Molecular Quantum Transduction (CMQT) is to develop the fundamental scientific understanding needed to carry out quantum-to-quantum transduction through a bottom-up synthetic approach, which imparts atomistic precision to quantum systems.

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Quantum-to-quantum transduction is the coherent exchange of information between quantum systems, which is an essential element of quantum information science. In order to develop fundamental scientific understanding needed to carry out quantum-to-quantum transduction through a bottom up synthetic approach that imparts atomistic precision to quantum systems, the Center for Molecular Quantum Transduction (CMQT) explores the underlying interactions among relevant quantum spins, excitons, and vibrational excitations of molecules and molecular materials. 

CMQT comprises an interdisciplinary team of chemists, physicists, and materials scientists with the individual expertise and collective breadth to create knowledge in this emerging area. Understanding and achieving quantum-to-quantum transduction, an essential element of quantum information science, has major implications for both the U.S. and global economies.

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CMQT Research Thrusts

Area 1: Localized Molecular Quantum-to-Quantum Transduction

Area 2: Distributed Molecular Quantum-to-Quantum Transduction

Area 3: Multiscale Molecular Quantum-to-Quantum Transduction

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