Jeremy M. Sage
Dr. Jeremy M. Sage is a senior staff member in the Quantum Information and Integrated Nanosystems Group. He is the co-principal investigator of the trapped-ion quantum information processing project. His current research is focused on exploring physics and developing technology to enable scaling up a system of trapped ions to a size necessary for large-scale quantum computing.
In earlier work at Lincoln Laboratory, he led a project studying the loss in superconducting microwave resonators at low temperature and input power in order to understand the limits to coherence in superconducting quantum bits.
Dr. Sage holds a BS degree in physics and mathematics from Brown University and a PhD degree in physics from Yale University. At Yale, his research was focused on laser cooling and trapping of neutral atoms and molecules. For his doctoral work, he produced the first-ever sample of ultracold polar molecules in their vibrational ground state.