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About the lab

Development of the quantum optical experimental methods led to rapid growth of new communication and information processing technologies. Quantum Optical Technologies lab team works on cutting-edge challenges in quantum cryptography and communication, physics of cold-atom interaction with light, integrated quantum photonics and quantum state engineering and tomography.

The lab comprises several facilities conducting experiments in fiber-optic and aerial quantum communication, holographic atom traps and single atom manipulation, femtosecond laser waveguide writing of complex integrated circuits and quantum state of light precise preparation and testing.

The lab is now a part of the Quantum Technologies Center founded in Lomonosov Moscow State University in 2018.

Recent news

Scientific discussion "Quantum technologies".

Our researchers Stanislav Straupe, Konstantin Katamadze and Konstantin Kravtsov will take part in a scientific discussion about the quantum technologies. The main focus will on the state of the art in quantum computing and quantum communication. The meeting will take place at 26th January 2019 in the P. I. Zabrodin School №29 in Podolsk. The attendance is free of charge, the registration is required. To register, please, follow the <a href="https://www.traektoriafdn.ru/events/nauchnaya-gostinaya-kvantovyye-tekhnologii" target="_blank">link</a>.

Date: 15 January 2019

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Recent events

Quantum Technology Center seminar #22.

Development of commercial quantum devices for secure data transmission

Speaker : Alexandr Miller, Russian Quantum Center

Date : 19 February 2019 Time : 17:00

Quantum Technology Center seminar #21.

Discession about artificial intelligence

Speaker : S. V. Garbuk

Date : 23 January 2019 Time : 17:30

Quantum Technology Center seminar #20.

Cryogenic parametric amplifier based on the traveling waves as a possible source of microwave broadband biphotons

Speaker : A. B. Zorin

Date : 26 December 2018 Time : 17:30


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Head of the lab

Sergei Kulik

Sergei Kulik

Professor

Recent publications

1. Sergey A. Malykhin, Rinat R. Ismagilov, Feruza T. Tuyakova, Ekaterina A. Obraztsova, Pavel V. Fedotov, Anna Ermakova, Petr Siyushev, Konstantin G. Katamadze, Fedor Jelezko, Yury P. Rakovich, Alexander N. Obraztsov. Photoluminescent properties of single crystal diamond microneedles. Optical Materials, 0, 49-55 (2018)

2. K G Katamadze, G V Avosopiants, Yu. I Bogdanov, S P Kulik. How quantum is the “quantum vampire” effect?: testing with thermal light. Optica, 5, 6, 723-726 (2018)

3. G. V. Avosopiants, K. G. Katamadze, Yu. I. Bogdanov, B. I. Bantysh, S. P. Kulik, . Non-Gaussianity of multiple photon-subtracted thermal states in terms of compound-Poisson photon number distribution parameters: theory and experiment. Laser Physics Letters, 15, 7, 075205 (2018)


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How to find us

Address:

Moscow, Russian Federation
119991, Leninskie gory 1, bld. 35 and bld. 62