Jonas Bylander

Assistant Professor, Microtechnology and Nanoscience, Quantum Device Physics Laboratory, room D419

Jonas Bylander has worked as an Assistant Professor at Chalmers University of Technology since 2013. He worked as a postdoc and then a research scientist at MIT during 2008-2012. He finished his PhD in Physics at Chalmers in 2007.

Jonas teaches one course in quantum optics and quantum information and one hands-on course in nanotechnology.

In his research, Jonas exploits quantum mechanics to develop novel electronic and photonic devices with prospective applications in quantum-enhanced information processing. His group builds nanoscale structures made of superconductors, and performs ultra-sensitive experiments controlling electrons and microwave photons.
​Lecturer and examiner:
FKA173 – Quantum optics and quantum informatics
 
Co-teacher:
• MCC115 – Modeling and fabrication of micro/nanodevices
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Link to Chalmers Publication Library (CPL) here

Scientific interests & expertise
Interests in physics at the nanoscale; superconducting devices; quantum computing; quantum coherence of electronic circuits and macroscopic states; 
non-classical states of matter and radiation; quantum states of radiation; electronic transport; nanotechnology. 


Expertise in the design, fabrication, and characterization of nano-electronic devices; microwave precision-measurement techniques; low-noise electronic measurement techniques; quantum-limited amplifiers; vacuum and low-temperature techniques; cryogenics; nuclear-magnetic resonance techniques; quantum metrology; quantitative data analysis, modeling, and simulation; scientific/technical writing and communication; supervision of research; teaching.


Employments

• Chalmers University of Technology, Gothenburg, Sweden. Department of Microtechnology and Nanoscience.
  o Assistant Professor, 2013 – present

• Massachusetts Institute of Technology, Cambridge, Massachusetts, U.S.A. Research Laboratory of Electronics.
  o Research Scientist, 2012
  o Postdoctoral Associate, 2008 – 2011


Education and degrees

• Swedish "Docent" habilitation, 2015, Chalmers University of Technology, Gothenburg, Sweden.

• PhD in Physics, 2007, Chalmers University of Technology, Gothenburg, Sweden.

• MS in Engineering Physics, 2002, Chalmers University of Technology, Gothenburg, Sweden.
Exchange student at École Polytechnique, Palaiseau, France (2001–2002).
Master’s work at the Laboratoire de Photonique et de Nanostructures CNRS, Marcoussis, France.


Grants and fellowships

Grants awarded as principal investigator:

• Swedish Research Council.
Project Grant for Young Researchers 2013: “Superinductors for quantum information science” (ID: 621-2013-4430).

• Marie Curie Actions.
Career Integration Grant 2013 (ID: PCIG13-GA-2013-618353).

• Chalmers University of Technology Nanotechnology Area of Advance.
High-Impact, High-Risk Research 2013: “Superinductance for very-long lived quantum coherence.”

• STINT, Swedish Foundation for International Cooperation in Research and Higher Education.
Initiation Grant 2013: “Non-linear microwave resonators for quantum-mechanical information technology” (ID: IB2012-5060).

• Sweden-America Foundation Fellowship 2008.

Grant awarded as co-principal investigator:

• Knut and Alice Wallenberg Foundation.
Project grant 2014.


​Commissions of trust

• Member of the Chalmers University Faculty Senate, from 2014.

• Member of the Advisory Board of the Department of Microtechnology and Nanoscience, from 2015.

• Member of Chalmers' Committee for Internationalization, from 2015.

• Co-chair of LT28, the 28th International Conference on Low Temperature Physics (1,500 attendees expected), Gothenburg, Aug. 9-16, 2017.

Published: Tue 22 Jan 2013. Modified: Mon 09 Jan 2017