Theoretical

Experimental

Computer Science

Uses numerical methods to understand the behaviour of interacting atoms, identify relevant observables for experiments, and study the localization properties of matter waves

Investigates what can be known about a quantum system, for example through quantum state tomography. Also works on cold atoms in lattices including graphene-like structures.

Explores the foundations of quantum theory. Particular interests include whether there exists a quantum-classical boundary, contextuality and constraints on quantum correlations.

Website:
http://dag.quantumlah.org

Works on theoretical quantum optics and implementations of quantum information. Particular interests include quantum simulations of condensed matter and exotic physics phenomena with photons and ions.

Website:
http://dimitrisangelakis.org/

Works on quantum information with a particular focus on applied systems, including quantum processors and simulators.

Our group research is mainly focused on the theory of quantum communication, quantum cryptography, and quantum correlations. In these topics, we work on the security of quantum cryptography and the foundations of quantum information processing.

Website:
https://www.ccwlim.com/

Main research areas are quantum phase factors and their application, decoherence, contextuality, entanglement and other measures of quantum correlations.

Our group has two research interests. The first is nonlocality, notably self-testing and device-independent principles. The second is quantum optics and quantum thermodynamics, bridging theory and experiments.

Website:
http://conneqt.quantumlah.org/

Investigates topics in quantum information ranging from discord, an alternative measure of quantum correlation, to thermodynamics. Ventures into quantum biology. Website: qreality.quantumlah.org

Website:
qreality.quantumlah.org

Building compact, rugged and effective optical entanglement systems for experiments including a satellite-borne test of entanglement. Has an active interest in nonlinear optics.

Website:
http://www.quantumlah.org/AlexLinggroup

Implements quantum information building blocks with photons and atoms, with expertise in entangled photon pair sources, single photon detection and unconventional atom-photon interactions.

Website:
http://www.qolah.org/

Develops methods to prepare, manipulate and detect the internal states of trapped molecular ions for spectroscopy, precision measurements and quantum information processing.

Website:
http://dzmitrylab.quantumlah.org/

Experiments on ultracold gases, including investigation of Fermi mixtures and a collaborative project with the Wenhui Li group on atoms in optical lattices.

Website:
http://qmatter.quantumlah.org/

Focuses on controlling molecules at the single-molecule, single-quantum-state level for few- to many-body physics and quantum chemistry studies. Interested in using molecules for quantum simulation and information storage.

Website:
https://lohlab.quantumlah.org/

Prepares ion trap systems with goals including emulating condensed matter systems and tests of fundamental physics. Also interested in using ions for information processing and metrology.

Website:
http://coldiongroup.wixsite.com/index

Focuses on the interfacing of atoms and photons via cavity QED for quantum information applications and precision metrology.

Website:
http://microtraps.quantumlah.org/

Works on superconducting atom chips, Bose-Einstein condensates, miniaturized optical systems for quantum information processing and a portable atom gravimeter.

Website:
http://quantumlah.org/RDumkegroup

Studies quantum logic with Rydberg-dressed strontium trapped in optical lattices. Also studies squeezed state generation using Rydberg dressing to beat the standard quantum limit to clock precision

Website:
https://nicholsonlabs.quantumlah.org/

Explores the coherent excitation and manipulation of cold Rydberg gases. Aims at investigating quantum many-body physics and quantum optics in such systems.

Website:
http://rydberg.quantumlah.org/

Explores various discrete structures like lattices, randomness extractors, and their applications in cryptography, and more generally in theoretical computer science.

Website:
http://cs.quantumlah.org/

Explores the intersection of computer science and quantum theory, including quantum algorithms, communication complexity, interactive proofs and quantum games.

Website:
http://cs.quantumlah.org/

Explores the intersection of classical and quantum computer science, including probabilistic and quantum and algorithms, complexity, and the security of cryptographic protocols in presence of quantum computers.

Website:
http://cs.quantumlah.org/

Explores the intersection of computer science and quantum information theory including communication complexity, interactive proofs and quantum games.

Website:
http://cs.quantumlah.org/

Works on computational complexity theory, comparing the power and limitations of quantum versus classical algorithms and communication protocols.

Website:
http://cs.quantumlah.org/