Academic Profile

Academic Profile

Dr Koh Teck Seng

Lecturer, School of Physical & Mathematical Sciences
Director, Odyssey Leaders in Science Programme, School of Physical & Mathematical Sciences

Email: kohteckseng@ntu.edu.sg
Dr Koh Teck Seng

Biography
BSc (Hons) Physics, National University of Singapore (1998)
PGDE (Education), NIE, Nanyang Technological University (1999)
PhD Physics, University of Wisconsin-Madison (2012)
Research Interests
(1) Quantum information and quantum computation

(2) Science, Technology and Society
- Trust, Security and Ethics with Quantum Technologies

(3) Physics Education Research

See personal webpage for details and updates: https://personal.ntu.edu.sg/kohteckseng
Current Projects
  • Enhancing STEM Education through Improvisational Tinkering and Computational Thinking: A Professional Development Package for Singapore Teachers
  • From Https to HttpQ: Envisioning Ethics, Security and Trust in a World with Quantum Computers. (Q is for Quantum)
  • Quantum Control and Decoherence of Silicon Quantum Dot Spin Qubits
Selected Publications
  • MengKe Feng, Chang Jian Kwong, Teck Seng Koh, Leong Chuan Kwek. (2018). Coherent transfer of singlet-triplet qubit states in an architecture of triple quantum dots. Physical Review B (Condensed Matter and Materials Physics), 97(24), 245428.
  • Dohun Kim, Z.Shi, C.B.Simmons, D.R.Ward, J.R.Prance, T.S.Koh, J.K.Gamble, D.E.Savage, M.G.Lagally, Mark Friesen, S.N.Coppersmith, and Mark A. Eriksson. (2014). Quantum control and process tomography of a semiconductor quantum dot hybrid qubit. Nature, 511, 70.
  • T.S.Koh, S.N.Coppersmith, and Mark Friesen. (2013). High fidelity gates in quantum dot spin qubits. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America (PNAS), 110(49), 19695.
  • T.S.Koh, J.K.Gamble, M.A.Eriksson, Mark Friesen, and S.N.Coppersmith. (2012). Pulse-gated quantum dot hybrid qubit. Physical Review Letters, 109(25), 250503.
  • T.S.Koh, C.B.Simmons, M.A.Eriksson, S.N.Coppersmith, and Mark Friesen. (2011). Unconventional transport in the hole regime of a Si double quantum dot. Physical Review Letters, 106(18), 186801.

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