Theory and Experiment

The working group develops theoretical foundations for quantum system design and demonstrates quantum advantages specifically in the domain of optical signal processing.

The research agenda includes the following main topics:

Emulation of future hybrid quantum communication networks. Our goal is to facilitate the interaction of theoretically and experimentally oriented groups and thus accelerate the design of new quantum communication networks.

This is one of the first labs in India to manufacture and establish the usage of entangled and heralded single photon sources towards various applications in quantum science and technologies.

Our research group explores the physics of information in quantum devices, which we design, realize and measure. These objects can be viewed as quantum machines processing information. In contrast with ordinary devices, in which quantum mechanics enters only at the level of individual electrons, the degrees of freedom of these machines at the signal level behave according to the laws of quantum mechanics.

The Physics of Quantum Materials research group in the School of Physical Sciences, University of Kent, carries out theoretical and experimental research in Condensed Matter Physics with a strong focus on Quantum Materials. We aim specifically to discover and understand novel properties that could find application in future quantum computing technologies through close collaboration between theory and experiment.


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