The Centre for Quantum Technologies has 19 Principal Investigators leading research into the foundations of quantum physics and the ways quantum physics can be applied in technology. It is recognised as one of the world's leading centres in this fast-developing field. Projects range from the fundamental (such as exploration of nonlocal correlations and measuring fundamental constants) to the more applied (including quantum cryptography, random number generators and sensors). Recent highlights include the discovery of a new quantum speed-up for computing and the development of robust correlated photon sources for launch into space. Explore to learn more.
- All Pure Bipartite Entangled States can be Self-Tested
- Quantifying the role of thermal motion in free-space light-atom interaction
- Irreducible dimension witness
- The power of an optical Maxwell's demon in the presence of photon-number correlations
- Checking for prior-data conflict using prior to posterior divergences