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.
Opportunities for outstanding theorists and experimentalists:
- Spin-Photon Quantum Networks
- Photonics for Quantum and Machine Learning
- Large-Scale Photonics for Cold-Atom Quantum Computing
- QPL-NTT Summer Intern — Optical AI
- Quantum Optics with 2D Materials
- 2D Quantum Device internships
- Positions at PhD, postdoc, & scientist levels.
[ July 2020 ] Learn more >>