What DO we do at CQT?
In a nutshell, we explore the frontiers of quantum theory and seek to control light and matter at the quantum level. We are particularly interested in how quantum physics creates new possibilities in computing and communication. Here you can learn more about our research, our scientists and find some good resources for delving into quantum physics in even greater depth.
Events and activities
We offer the Unspeakable Series of public talks. Check here to see what's coming up. In 2012 we ran a competition for short films inspired by quantum physics. You might enjoy watching the entries to Quantum Shorts 2012 - and maybe you'll be inspired to enter our next competition. We hope to run another Quantum Shorts with a twist in 2013. We'll make an announcement to our public events mailing list.
Sign up to our mailing list to be informed about all public events arranged by CQT, including opportunities to meet us when we do things like take hands-on experiments to shopping malls. Contact Jenny Hogan or Evon Tan with any questions about events.
We also regularly organize talks in schools and host school visits. Contact Valerio Scarani to find out more.
Look into our labs
If you want to see where experimental quantum research happens, click the image below to explore one of CQT's quantum matter labs in panorama:
- Quantum technologies stand to benefit from new source of entangled photon pairs
- Undergraduate honoured with University prize for CQT project
- Twisted photons enable precision measurement
- Scheme checks answers to quantum computation
- CQT congratulates Jeysthur Ang on being named an Outstanding Undergraduate Researcher