Graduation Semester and Year

Spring 2024



Document Type


Degree Name

Master of Science in Computer Science


Computer Science and Engineering

First Advisor

Dr. Phuc VP Nguyen

Second Advisor

Dr. Yilun Xu

Third Advisor



This thesis introduces QubiCSV, a pioneering open-source platform for quantum computing field. With an emphasis on collaborative research, QubiCSV addresses the critical need for specialized data management and visualization tools in qubit control. The platform is crafted to overcome the challenges posed by the high costs and complexities associated with quantum experimental setups. It emphasizes efficient utilization of resources through shared ideas, data, and implementation strategies. One of the primary obstacles in quantum computing research has been the ineffective management of extensive calibration data and the inability to visualize complex quantum experiment outcomes effectively. QubiCSV fills this gap by offering robust data versioning capabilities for storing calibration and characterization data, essential in qubit control systems. Additionally, it enables researchers and programmers to interact with qubits in real time, enhancing their understanding and optimizing qubit performance. The platform’s advanced visualization tools are specifically tailored to interpret intricate quantum experiments, facilitating deeper insights into qubit behavior. Overall, QubiCSV stands as a significant advancement in quantum computing research, streamlining data handling and elevating user experience with intuitive visualization, thereby becoming an invaluable resource for researchers in this domain.


quantum, qubit control, quantum data management


Databases and Information Systems | Hardware Systems | Software Engineering | Systems Architecture


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