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Bretheau Landry

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- Professor at Ecole Polytechnique
- Faculty member of the Physics Department of Ecole Polytechnique & IP Paris
- Researcher at PMC in the Electrons Photons Surfaces Group : EPS group website
- PI of the QCMX Lab
- Award winner of the FERMIcQED ERC Starting Grant

Contact :
- Address : PMC, Ecole Polytechnique, 91128 Palaiseau, France
- E-mail : landry.bretheau-AT-polytechnique.edu
- Phone : +33169334477
- Office : Building 83, 1st floor, Office 83-20-20
- Linkedin

Research :
identifiant Orcid
Publications : Google Scholar
Publications sur l’arXiv

Biography :

Landry Bretheau is Assistant Professor at Ecole Polytechnique (IP Paris). He graduated from Ecole Polytechnique (X2005) and carried out his Ph.D. at the CEA Saclay. He then conducted two successive post-docs at ENS (France) and MIT (USA). Since 2017, he has been building-up a new lab – the QCMX Lab – together with his colleague Jean-Damien Pillet, which explores the physics of Hybrid Quantum Circuits. To develop this new activity, Landry Bretheau was awarded a Young Team Fellowship from École Polytechnique, a Young Researcher Grant from the French National Research Agency and an ERC Starting Grant from the European Research Council. His work has led to major contributions in the fields of Mesoscopic Superconductivity and Quantum Circuits, with the publication of articles in the scientific journals Nature, Science, and Physical Review and was awarded the École Polytechnique Thesis Award as well as the 2020 Nicholas Kurti Science Prize.

Teaching :
Landry teaches in the Physics Department of Ecole Polytechnique, with a 192 hour / year teaching service. He is teaching at the undergrad level in :
- Quantum Mechanics (PHY361)
- Advanced Quantum Physics (PHY430)
- Quantum Information (PHY580)
- Research module on Quantum Technologies (PHY599)
You’ll find here a video of a broad audience Conference on Quantum Technologies that Landry gave to the X’19 together with Alain Aspect in April 2020.

Fundings :
With the financial support of :
- the Ecole Polytechnique (Young Team Fellowship QCMX)
- the Agence Nationale de la Recherche (Grant ANR-18-CE47-0012 JCJC QIPHSC)
- the DIM Ile-de-France (Grant ONQC)
- the European Research Council (ERC) under the European Union’s Horizon 2020 research and innovation programme (grant agreement No. 947707)).