PGI-11, Forschungszentrum Jülich
My name is Ashish Panigrahi (आशिष पाणिग्राही). I am a research assistant at the JARA Institute for Quantum Information (PGI-11), Forschungszentrum Jülich. My work broadly focuses on high-frequency measurements, which includes developing radiofrequency reflectometry for fast readout of hole spins in strained Ge/SiGe quantum wells.
Prior to this, I studied physics at the National Institute of Science Education and Research (NISER) and obtained my integrated master's (BS+MS) degree in physics with a minor in computer science from the Homi Bhabha National Institute in May 2023. As part of my master's thesis, I worked jointly at the Cavendish Laboratory, University of Cambridge and the department of Engineering Science, University of Oxford, as part of the Quantum Engineering group, advised by Professor Dorian Gangloff.
I enjoy working on research pertaining to quantum computation and quantum information processing, specifically based on spin physics in solid-state platforms such as semiconductor quantum dots and similar low-dimensional nanostructures. In general, I am interested in mesoscopic systems that can leverage quantum phenomena to help understand fundamental physics involved, as well as to build hardware for technological applications.
Outside academics, I love playing racquet sports (badminton and table tennis in particular), quoting Seinfeld and tinkering around with electronic gadgets.
I am always open to discussing ideas and opportunities for collaboration. Please feel free to reach out. I am also happy to give talks on my research in related seminars.