Quantum Metrology, Sensing and Imaging

Former name: Quantum Technologies

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

Solid-State Quantum Technologies

Research Type: 
Experiment

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.

Leader: 
Vincent JACQUES

Laser Centre of the University of Latvia

Research Type: 
Theory
Experiment
  • Coherent effects in atomic systems (experiment and theory)
  • Electric and magnetic field measurements using alkali metal vapours
  • Hyperfine structure
  • High-resolution spectroscopy of alkali dimers
  • High-resolution spectroscopy of transition metals
  • Fourier-transform spectroscopy
  • Nitrogen-vacancy (NV) centres in diamonds
  • NV magnetometry
Leader: 
Ruvin Ferber

Quantum and Atom Optics Group

Research Type: 
Theory
  • Dynamics of ultracold atoms, matter-wave solitons, and Bose-Einstein condensates trapped in optical potentials for matter wave interferometry and atomtronic devices.
  • Applications of EIT, CPT and STIRAP in very different fields like quantum information, single-site addressing in optical lattices and nanoscale microscopy.
Leader: 
Jordi Mompart and Veronica Ahufinger

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

Condensed Matter Theory group

Research Type: 
Theory
Leader: 
Prof. Francois Peeters

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

Atomic Quantum Communication and Sensing Group

Research Type: 
Experiment

Quantum Communication, Quantum Memories, Quantum Metrology

Leader: 
Markus Weber
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