A number of different research groups work within CQT. They cover topics ranging from the very theoretical (QIP=PSPACE) to the very practical (hacking quantum cryptography). In between, there are projects looking into the foundations of physics (Leggett inequalities), at exotic states of matter (Bose-Einstein condensates), geometric phases, the shadow cast by a single atom, the relationships between entanglement and thermodynamics, and more. Explore the research happening at CQT in more detail by visiting our group and topic pages.
- Least-bias state estimation with incomplete unbiased measurements
- Correcting for accidental correlations in saturated avalanche photodiodes
- Certification of entanglement based only on the Hilbert space dimension
- Optimality of entropic uncertainty relations
- Deploying quantum light sources on nanosatellites I: lessons and perspectives on the optical system
- CQT launches international flash fiction competition "Quantum Shorts"
- Space-bound CQT experiment survived rocket explosion in working order
- A quantum battery could turbocharge thanks to entanglement
- Eight CQT PhD students awarded degrees at 2015 ceremony
- 240 delegates from 25 countries attend ICOLS in Singapore