Professor Ramon received a B.A. in Physics from the Technion, Israel Institute of Technology in 1991. After spending five years as an electro-optics system engineer, he continued his studies in the Physics Department at the Technion, receiving his M.Sc. in 1998 and his Ph.D. in 2002. During that period he worked on squeezed atomic states in the quantum-optical Dicke model (M.Sc.) and on Polariton physics in semiconductor microcavities with embedded quantum wells (Ph.D.). After graduate school, he spent three years as an NRC fellow at the Naval Research Laboratory in Washington, DC, where he worked mainly on spin qubit coupling in the context of quantum computers. He continued this work as a post-doctoral fellow in the University of Buffalo, SUNY, where he focused on decoherence of electron-spin qubits in semiconductor quantum dots. Currently Professor Ramon uses analytical and numerical approaches to study various theoretical aspects of quantum computing implementations in nanostructures.
- P. Szańkowski, G. Ramon, J. Krzywda, D. Kwiatkowski and Ł. Cywiński, Environmental noise spectroscopy with qubits subjected to dynamical decoupling, J. Phys.: Condens. Matter 29, 333001 (2017).
- Guy Ramon, Non-Gaussian signatures and collective effects in charge noise affecting a dynamically-decoupled qubit, Phys. Rev. B 92, 155422 (2015).
- Guy Ramon, Dynamical decoupling of a singlet-triplet qubit afflicted by a charge fluctuator, Phys. Rev. B 86, 125317 (2012).
- Guy Ramon, Electrically controlled quantum gates for two-spin qubits in two double quantum dots, Phys. Rev. B 84, 155329 (2011).
- Guy Ramon and Xuedong Hu, "Decoherence of spin qubits due to nearby charge fluctuator in gate-defined double dots," Physical Review B, 81, 045304 (2010).
- Guy Ramon and Xuedong Hu, "Dynamical nuclear spin polarization and the Zamboni effect in gated double quantum dots," Physical Review B, 75, 161301(R) (2007).