Quantum Optics - Precision Measurement - Nanophotonics
The world of quantum mechanics holds enormous potential to address unsolved problems in communications, computation, and precision measurements. Efforts are underway across the globe to develop such technologies in various physical systems, including atoms, superconductors, and topological states of matter. The Englund group pursues experimental and theoretical research towards quantum technologies using photons and semiconductor spins, combining techniques from atomic physics, optoelectronics, and modern nanofabrication.
The Quantum Photonics Group is led by Dirk Englund, Associate Professor in Electrical Engineering and Computer Science at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology.
Ryan and Liane featured in the news!
Read the IEEE article here!
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Postdoctoral Fellow Matt Trusheim featured in Scientific American!
[ December 2018 ]
Photonics Spectra – August 2016 – Front Cover
Featured in Photonics Spectra!
[ July 2018 ]
Light Matters Extra: Weird and Strange: Quantum Photonics – 03.2018 – YouTube
Check out the youtube video here!
[ July 2018 ]
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- Chris Panuski for the Hertz Fellowship.
- Kevin Chen for NSF Graduate Fellowship.
- Uttara Chakraborty for NDSEG and NSF Graduate Fellowships.
- Ian Christen for the QISE-NET award.
[ April 2018 ]