Uncovering the secrets of the quantum world through experimentation
We use photons to investigate the fundamental rules of quantum physics and how to use them to make revolutionary quantum technologies.
Our work directly addresses important research questions in quantum computing, remote processing, quantum information security and precision measurement. Our lab is part of the Centre of Excellence for Quantum Computation and Communication Technology, a research centre comprised of Australian and international groups working to develop world-leading quantum devices.
Meet QOIL at ANZOP 2017
Five members of QOIL presented at the 3rd Australia and New Zealand Conference on Optics and Photonics (ANZCOP) on 4-7 December 2017:
- Morgan Weston "Heralded quantum steering with detection loophole closed over high-loss quantum channel", Talk 33, Monday 4, 11:15, Stream 2
- Farzad Ghafari Jouneghani "Quantum superposition of future trajectories in stochastic processes", Poster 49, Monday 4, 17:00
- Sergei Slussarenko "Unconditional shot noise limit violation in photonic quantum metrology", Talk 31, Wednesday 6, 14:30, Stream 2
- Alex Pepper "Quantum metrology with high efficiency temporal multi-photon detection", Poster 135, Wednesday 6, 17:00
- Joseph Ho "Experimental realisation of a quantum controlled-shift gate", Talk 46, Thursday 7, 11:15, Stream 1
SIMPLICITY IS NOT AS SIMPLE AS WE THINK
Our new preprint "Observing the ambiguity of simplicity via quantum simulations of an Ising spin chain" is on ArXiv. Congratulations to Farzad for his first preprint with QOIL!
QUANTUM LIGHT MAKES BETTER MEASUREMENTS
Our new paper titled "Unconditional violation of the shot-noise limit in photonic quantum metrology" has been published in Nature Photonics! Click the link below for more information.