Quantum Science and Technologies is an expanding interdisciplinary field that employs quantum theory to understand and harness emergent quantum phenomena, from quantum coherence to quantum mechanical resonators, from exotic states in Dirac materials to spin dynamics, from quantum transport to twisted light.

Our team combines expertise in Quantum Information Processing and Computation, Quantum Communications, Quantum Optics, Many-Body Physics, Condensed Matter and Nuclear Physics to study complex quantum systems and exploit some of their properties to deploy new technologies that overcome existing solutions in quality and performance.

Research themes in our group:

  • Quantum Computation and Quantum Information Processing
  • Experimental and Theoretical Quantum Communications
  • Quantum Transport and Many-Body Effects
  • Quantum Thermodynamics
  • Quantum Optics
  • Quantum Materials and Devices
  • Density Functional Theory (DFT): Fundamentals and Applications
  • Physics packages for advanced Atomic Clocks
  • Quantum entanglement, Squeezing and Single Photons

People

  • Professor Mohamed Babiker – Quantum Optics (theory)
  • Professor Irene D’Amico – Quantum Computation/Thermodynamics, Many-Body effects (theory)
  • Prof Jeremy Everard – Compact atomic clocks and ultralow noise oscillators
  • Dr Aires Ferreira – Quantum Transport (theory)
  • Professor Rex Godby – DFT, Many Body Effects (theory)
  • Prof David Grace – Quantum and Classical Communications Integration
  • Dr Rupesh Kumar – Quantum Communication (experiments)
  • Professor Marco Lucamarini - Quantum Communications (theory and experiments)
  • Dr Mark Post – Robotics, Autonomy/Computing, Communications
  • Professor Tim Spiller – Quantum Optics/Information (theory)
  • Dr Ignacio Wilson-Rae – Opto-/Nano- mechanics (theory)
  • Professor Jun Yuan – Electron Microscopy, Electron Vortices (experiments)
  • Dr Yue Wang – 2D Material Optoelectronics (experiments)
  • Professor Dan Watts – Photon quantum entanglement at the MeV scale