Julián Martínez-Rincón is a scientist in the QIST group at Brookhaven National Laboratory (BNL) and the manager for the Quantum Network Facility. Julián plays a pivotal role in the collaborative team dedicated to the development of the New York State Quantum Internet Testbed, a joint endeavor involving BNL and Stony Brook University. This testbed has been meticulously designed to explore the multifaceted advantages of quantum entanglement distribution, including its applications in secure communication, quantum sensing, and quantum computing.
Julián is an experimental AMO physicist by training, holding a PhD in physics from the University of Rochester in 2017. Prior to his affiliation with BNL, he was a postdoctoral researcher at Stanford University. During this period, he orchestrated the development of pioneering techniques harnessing quantum entanglement to enhance the performance standards of atomic clocks and atom interferometers.