Pritzker School of Molecular Engineering and the College
Liang Jiang investigates quantum systems and quantum applications, such as quantum sensing, quantum transduction, quantum communication, and quantum computation. His research focuses on using quantum control and error correction to protect quantum information from decoherence to realize robust quantum information processing. He has worked on modular quantum computation, global-scale quantum networks, room-temperature nano-magnetometer, sub-wavelength imaging, microwave-optical quantum transduction, and error-correction-assisted quantum sensing and simulation.
His work has appeared in Nature, Science, and Physical Review Journals.
Jiang received his PhD from Harvard University and his BS from the California Institute of Technology, where he was later a postdoctoral researcher. He also held faculty positions at Yale University, where he was awarded research fellowships from the Alfred P. Sloan Foundation and the David and Lucile Packard Foundation.