- Room temperature single-photon superfluorescence from a single epitaxial cuboid nano-heterostructure
- Highly confined phonon polaritons in monolayers of oxide perovskites
- Spectroscopic signatures of time-reversal symmetry breaking superconductivity
- Demonstration of quantum advantage by a joint detection receiver for optical communications using quantum belief propagation on a trapped-ion device
- Spin-Dependent Transport Through a Colloidal Quantum Dot: The Role of Exchange Interactions
- A general quantum algorithm for open quantum dynamics demonstrated with the Fenna-Matthews-Olson complex
- Branching Quantum Convolutional Neural Networks
- Harvard Quantum Initiative: Next-Gen Quantum Investigators Colloquia Series
- Highlights of our recent work on electron hydrodynamics in anisotropic quantum materials.
- DOE INCITE Award for the NarangLab
- Narang awarded NSF CAREER Award
- "Deciphering Disorder" - Harvard Story on our work that was published earlier this week in Nature Materials!
- Our paper on correlating the 3D atomic positions of 2D materials is published in Nature Materials!
- "Understanding the Quantum Rainbow" - Harvard Story on our work that was published earlier this week in Nature Materials!
About the NarangLab
We are an interdisciplinary group at Harvard SEAS working on topics at the vibrant intersection of computational science, condensed matter theory, quantum photonics, and quantum information science. Topics in our group unify and push new directions in ab initio materials theory and transport methods, excited-state nanophotonics, ultrafast and nonequilibrium dynamics, computational condensed matter physics, topological materials science, and defects in quantum materials. We also have an active and growing effort in quantum information science, spanning quantum algorithms for quantum computation as well as simulation and emulation directions in quantum network science.
Professor Prineha Narang, PI
Prineha Narang is an Assistant Professor at the John A. Paulson School of Engineering and Applied Sciences at Harvard University. She is the PI and Lead of the Narang Lab.<embed>