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Our recent work on predictions for Weyl semimetal physics.

Christina A. C. Garcia, Jennifer Coulter, and Prineha Narang. “Optoelectronic Response of Type-I Weyl Semimetals TaAs and NbAs from First Principles.” Physical Review Research, 2, 013073. 

Jennifer Coulter, Gavin B. Osterhoudt, Christina A. C. Garcia, Yiping Wang, Vincent Plisson, Bing Shen, Ni Ni, Kenneth S. Burch, and Prineha Narang. “...

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Prineha named a Moore Inventor Fellow!

Prineha has been named one of five 2018 Moore Inventor Fellows this year by the Gordon and Betty Moore Foundation. The Moore Inventor Fellows program program supports early-career scientist-inventors working on innovative projects with the potential to bring about significant change. Since its inception in 2016, the foundation has supported early-career scientist-inventors at a critical stage of research, by giving them the resources and freedom to test out their ideas. Each fellow receives a total of $825,000 over three years to drive their invention forward, including $50,000...

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Qubit allocation on NISQs, now on arXiv

Paper led by quantum software engineering Will and Mike, with alum Thomas Lively and rockstar postdoc Johannes Flick, on qubit allocation is on the arXiv. Our paper shows a new qubit allocation algorithm that combines the best of simulated annealing method with local search of the solution space using Dijkstra's algorithm. We look forward to developing optimized compilers that leverage this algorithm in the near future! Read more about Qubit allocation on NISQs, now on arXiv