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.

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ALICE CAN STEER BOB, BUT CAN BOB STEER ALICE?

Some years ago, a strange type of quantum correlation has been shown, in which Alice could affect (steer) the outcome of Bob's measurent, but Bob could not do the same to Alice. But is it really so? Does such type of quantum correlation actually exist? How can Alice be sure that Bob has no way to steer her? The Editors at Physical Review Letters suggest to read our new paper, where you can find a conclusive answer to these questions!

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STRONGER UNCERTAINTY RELATIONS

Our paper "Strong Unitary and Overlap Uncertainty Relations: Theory and Experiment" is published in Physical Review Letters! Congratulations to the Authors.

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GAMERS AND SCIENTISTS CHALLENGE EINSTEIN

The scientific results of the Big Bell Test Collaboration are out in Nature!

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QUANTUM 'SPOOKY ACTION AT A DISTANCE' BECOMING PRACTICAL

Our new paper titled "Heralded quantum steering over a high-loss channel" has been published in Science Advances! See phys.org, Griffith News or click the link below for more information.

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Congratulations to Alex for winning a poster Presentation Prize at ANZCOP 2017!

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