Quantum optics with single molecules
Single photons sources
Single Nano-objects Spectroscopy
QuantERA launched its first joint transnational call (Call 2017) for proposals worth € 34 M in support of transnational research in the field of Quantum Information and Communication Sciences and Technologies (Q-ICST).
Thirty research funding organisations from 26 countries throughout take part in the Call that has a deadline for pre-proposals on the 15th of March 2015.
The Call covers six main topics in the Q-ICST field:
In January 2017 the QuantERA Consortium will announce a Call for Proposals in the field of quantum technologies.
QuantERA is a network of 31 agencies from 26 countries, coordinated by the National Science Centre, Poland. With a budget of over EUR 34 M, including co-funding from the European Commission, QuantERA will support international research projects in the field of Quantum Technologies.
cold-atom solid state hydbrid quantum systems, atom chip, atomic clock, BEC, atom laser, atom-surface interaction, cold-atom scanning probe microscopy, Rydberg atoms, QIP
R. Trotta, at al., "Wavelength-tunable sources of entangled photons interfaced with atomic vapors" Nature Comm. 7, 10375 (2016).
Our research group explores and builds on quantum effects at the nanoscale occuring in individual well-controlled solid-state impurities. Our activity is developped along two lines.
Experimental quantum optics
Continuous-variable quantum information processing
Cavity quantum electrodynamics
The TCP group research activities focus on the theory and modeling of the dynamics of molecular systems subject to external perturbations, with applications to