Andrew Houck

Anthony H.P. Lee ’79 P11 P14 Professor of Electrical and Computer Engineering, Co-Director of the Princeton Quantum Initiative


Office: E-Quad, B424

Phone: 609-258-2571

Research interests: Quantum computing; non-linear and quantum optics; superconducting microwave electronics; decoherence in quantum systems; transport physics


  • Three head-and-shoulders portraits.

    Princeton expands its commitment to research and education in quantum science and engineering

  • Winners of the Jacobus Award, four in all, pose for photo. Rodney Priestley, dean of the graduate school, is in the middle.

    Lila Rodgers wins Jacobus Fellowship, Princeton’s top graduate student honor

  • The word QUANTUM written in letters made of images that evoke quantum behaviors, plus tagline underneath saying "The Power of the Smallest Realm"

    Building a technological stack

  • Bespectacled professor smiles and peers through coiled wire between gold discs inside a quantum computer

    Andrew Houck seeks a quieter quantum world

  • Graphic with text "Commendation for Outstanding Teaching".

    Faculty commended for outstanding teaching

  • Four young adults in Singapore inside a radiant cooling hut

    Part Fourteen: Hello, World


  • Professor writes on white board while talking with grad student.

    Electrical and Computer Engineering

  • Researchers, dressed in white suits, work in "clean room" lab under yellow light.

    Princeton Materials Institute

  • close-up of laboratory equipment holding a square of synthetic diamond.

    Princeton Quantum Initiative