Quantum Computation

Nanoscience and nanobioelectronics

Research Type: 
Experiment

MAIN RESEARCH LINES

1. Nanolithographies, soft lithographies, and Surface functionalization

2. New prototype of molecular and biomolecular electronic devices. Nanobiosensors, Lab-on-chip for analysis and diagnostics at the point of care

3. Scanning probe microscopy and spectroscopy of single molecules, cells, and molecular layers and crystals, under different environment and at low temperature

4. Intelligent drug delivery and targeted therapy

Leader: 
Prof. Rosaria Rinaldi

Quantum Optics and Technology

Research Type: 
Theory

Research in our group focuses on quantum optics and technology. Quantum optics studies various phenomena in light-matter interaction, where the quantum properties of the light and matter play an important role. Quantum technology is an emerging interdisciplinary field, encompassing several fields of physics and technology. It aims to realize practical devices for quantum simulations, computing, communication and metrology.

Leader: 
David Petrosyan and Georgios M. Nikolopoulos

QuantumMagnonics at KIT

Research Type: 
Experiment

Quantum state manipulation in natural and artificial spin systems
 

Leader: 
Dr. Martin Weides

Noise and cryogenic measurements group

Research Type: 
Theory
Experiment

Theory and experiments on noise in nanoscale electron devices; design of cryogenic amplifiers and development of high-sensitivity measurement techniques; quantum mechanical modeling and numerical simulation of nanostructures

Leader: 
Massimo Macucci

Patras-Athens Nanoscale Quantum Optics and Quantum Technologies Theory Group

Research Type: 
Theory

·         Quantum Optics

·         Quantum Control

·         Quantum Plasmonics

·         Quantum Information Theory

·         Nonlinear Optics

Leader: 
Emmanuel Paspalakis (contact person)

Mesoscopic Quantum Physics

Research Type: 
Theory
  • Quantum transport
  • Quantum chaos
  • Decoherence in open quantum systems
  • Lifetime of spin excitations
  • Quantum nanoplasmonics
  • Lifetime of collective excitations in nanostructures
  • Nanoelectromechanical Systems
Leader: 
Rodolfo Jalabert, Guillaume Weick, Dietmar Weinmann

Solid State Quantum Optics group

Research Type: 
Experiment

Our research is devoted to the study and development of quantum functionalities in semiconductor systems using the nanofabrication techniques of opto-electronics. We develop high performances integrated sources of quantum light, non-linear devices operating at the single photon level, spin-based quantum memories and optomechanical platforms for quantum information processing.

Leader: 
Pr. Pascale Senellart

Quantum matter theory

Research Type: 
Theory

The group conducts theoretical research on correlated quantum systems. Our main efforts focus on the physics of systems that constitute promising plateforms for concrete realization of quantum technologies. Together with other systems in condensed matter and quantum optics, ultracold atoms have already produced milestone results, which turn quantum technologies from dream to reality.

Leader: 
Laurent Sanchez-Palencia
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