Quantum Metrology, Sensing and Imaging

Former name: Quantum Technologies

Optical Sensors Lab

Research Type: 
Experiment

Development and applications of advanced laser-based methods for high-performance optical sensing

Metrology with frequency comb synthesizers and absolute optical frequency references

Whispering-gallery-mode resonators made from solid & liquid dielectric media: cavity optomechanics and biosensing with metallic and dielectric nanoparticles

Fiber-optic resonators and interferometers: investigation on fundamental thermal noise limit

Excitation of surface-plasmon phenomena in high-Q optical resonators

Leader: 
Gianluca Gagliardi

Center for Quantum Entanglement Science and Technology (QUEST)

Research Type: 
Theory
Experiment

Funding Committee:

Richard Berkowits (Theory)

Emanuele Dalla Torre (Theory)

Lev Khaykovich (Ultracold atoms)

Avi Peer (Quantum Optics)

Michael Rosenbluh (Quantum Optics)

Michael Stern (Solid-State Qubits)

 

 

 

Leader: 
Richard Berkowits

ions piégés

Research Type: 
Experiment

  - H2+ high resolution spectroscopy

  - Mid infrared quantum cascade lasers

  - Sympathetic cooling by laser cooled Be+ ions

Theory

  - Molecular bound state QED calculations

Leader: 
Laurent Hilico

Ion Trapping Group at University of Granada

Research Type: 
Experiment

Sensing and Metrology With Ion Traps

Leader: 
Daniel Rodríguez

NANO-PISA

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Research Type: 
Experiment

Nanofabrication

semiconductor nanostructures

semiconductor, superconductor and hybrid devices

caloritronic

topological protected systems

spinctronics

quantum transport in coherent nanodevices

quantum thermolectrics

quantum metrological devices based on semiconductor heterostructures

radaiion detectors

 

Leader: 
Lucia Sorba

NEQO - NEw Quantum Optics group

Research Type: 
Experiment

Linear optical quantum computing and simulation
Quantum metrology
Foundations of quantum mechanics

Leader: 
Marco Barbieri

GQCOP

Full Name: 
Genuine quantumness in cooperative phenomena
Coordinator: 
Prof. Gerardo Adesso
Running time: 
2015-05-01 - 2020-04-30

The proposed research programme addresses issues of fundamental and technological importance in quantum information science and its interplay with complexity. The main aim of this project is to provide a new paradigmatic foundation for the characterisation of quantumness in cooperative phenomena and to develop novel platforms for its practical utilisation in quantum technology applications. To reach its main goal, this programme will target five specific objectives: O1.

Quantum Correlations Group

Research Type: 
Theory

Our research is mainly devoted to the identification and quantification of genuinely quantum resources for efficient quantum information technology. 

Leader: 
Prof. Gerardo Adesso

Announcing Quantum - the open journal for quantum science

Summary: 

Quantum is a new, free and open access, peer-reviewed journal that provides high visibility for quality research on quantum science and related fields. It is an effort by researchers and for researchers to make science more open and publishing more transparent and efficient.

Quantum is backed by a non-profit organisation, relies on an international board of highly respected researchers for guidance, practices an open governance, and welcomes community feedback.

You can read more about the mission, the editorial policies, and the people behind Quantum on:
http://quantum-journal.org.

Public call for applications to extend membership of the high-level expert group on quantum technologies

Summary: 

The call aims to include 12 new members from industries with interest in the Quantum Technologies

DG Connect, as follow up to the recent appointment of the High-Level expert group, has opened a public call in order to add 12 more members to the group.

The Call is aimed to industries with interest in the field of Quantum Technologies. Additional members will be individuals appointed to represent a common interest or organisations. Therefore, there will be two types of membership:

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