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.
The lecture about quantum information on the "University saturdays" event.
Dr. Sergei Kulik, the scientific advisor of the Quantum technologies center, will give a lecture about quantum information theory on the "University saturdays" event hosted at MSU at the upcoming saturday 20th of April.
Date: 18 April 2019Read more
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Quantum Technology Center seminar #28.
Cooling of electrons in nanoelectronic devices
Speaker : Yuri Pashkin (Lancaster University)
Date : 24 April 2019 Time : 17:00
Quantum Technology Center seminar #27.
Optical microresonators for quantum measurements
Speaker : I. A. Bilenko (MSU, RQC)
Date : 16 April 2019 Time : 17:00
Quantum Technology Center seminar #26.
Computer-aided design of opto-plasmon schemes intended for information processing by classical and quantum methods.
Speaker : A. V. Prokhorov (Vladimir State University)
Date : 09 April 2019 Time : 17:00
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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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