Bill Coish (photo)
Bill Coish
Department of Physics
McGill University
3600 rue University
Montréal, QC
H3A 2T8

coish 'at'

office: Rutherford 409
phone: +1 (514) 398-6525

Welcome! I study the quantum properties of nanoscale condensed matter systems and how to use these systems for quantum information processing. I am an assistant professor of physics at McGill. I am a Fellow in the CIFAR Quantum Information Processing program and a member of McGill's Centre for the Physics of Materials as well as two Regroupements Stratégiques: INTRIQ and RQMP. I am currently actively recruiting motivated graduate students. If you are interested, please contact me!


2015-07-27: New preprint, Maximal adaptive-decision speedups..., on the arXiv (collaboration with Lily Childress' lab)
2015-06-15: New paper, Theory of box-model hyperfine couplings and a quantum-dot spin valve, has appeared in Phys. Rev. B.
2015-05-01: New paper, Microscopic models for charge-noise-induced dephasing..., has appeared in Phys. Rev. B.