University of Chicago
Conor Bradley is a Quantum Fellow at the University of Chicago, where he works in the Bernien Lab. His research aims to leverage the novel features of a dual-species array of Rydberg atoms for both quantum simulation and information processing. Conor completed his PhD in the Taminiau Lab at TUDelft, studying systems of nuclear spins coupled to NV centers in diamond. Highlights of his PhD work included the realization of the largest qubit register of solid-state spins and the observation of a many-body-localized discrete time crystal.