Team

We have assembled a team of Ph.D. Quantum Engineers with 50+ years of combined relevant hands-on experience.

Simon Gustavsson
CEO and Founder

Simon Gustavsson, Ph.D.

Simon Gustavsson is quantum engineer with 15 years of experience with experimental quantum computing.  He is a Principal Investigator in the Engineering Quantum Systems (EQuS) group at MIT (http://equs.mit.edu),  working on quantum control techniques and implementing small-scale algorithms with superconducting qubits. He has published more than 50 scientific articles, and his work on quantum control, coherence and quantum computation has been cited more than 1500 times.

Philip Krantz
Head of Sales

Philip Krantz, Ph.D.

Philip Krantz received his Ph.D. in experimental quantum physics from Chalmers University of Technology in Gothenburg, Sweden. He is currently a post-doc associate in the Engineered Quantum Systems group at MIT, where he is working on design and characterization of superconducting quantum processors. Philip also holds an international business diploma in marketing and has 8 years of experience in turning complex research concepts into popular science through scientific artwork.

David Hover
Head of Product Development

David Hover, Ph.D.

David Hover is a Research Scientist at Caltech and former Technical Staff of MIT Lincoln Laboratory. He has cross-disciplinary experience in microwave engineering, superconducting electronics, quantum computing, and opto-mechanical systems. David has years of technical project leadership experience working on hard-tech at the intersection of academia and application.

William D. Oliver
Scientific Advisor

William D. Oliver, Ph.D.

William D. Oliver is jointly appointed Professor of the Practice of Physics, Associate Director of the Research Laboratory of Electronics, and Lincoln Laboratory Fellow at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology. He co-directs the Engineering Quantum Systems Group with Dr. Simon Gustavsson. His research addresses the quantum engineering, control, and characterization of superconducting qubits, as well as the development of cryogenic packaging and control electronics involving cryogenic CMOS and single-flux quantum logic. Will earned his PhD in Electrical Engineering from Stanford University. He is a Fellow of the American Physical Society, Senior Member of the IEEE, Member of the US Committee for Superconducting Electronics, and is an IEEE Applied Superconductivity Conference (ASC) Board Member.