The QuICC summer school will go from August 19th to 23rd at the University of Leeds, and will feature lectures by Sir Peter Knight and Dr Almut Beige, among others. The school is aimed at final year undergraduates and first-year PhD students, and has an application deadline of June 8th.
Congratulations to Sean Condy, who successfully completed his 4th year BSc project with us on pixel entanglement. Sean will go on to start an exciting new job this summer carrying out research as part of the UK government, and we wish him all the best!
We are looking for a motivated and dazzling postdoctoral researcher to join our group. If you are as excited about Quantum Mechanics as we are, and are interested in joining a vibrant research group working at the forefront of the quantum technological revolution, read our opening for more information!
Come and hear about our work at the talks and poster below, or come find us at one of the (Italian) coffee breaks to chat!
Thursday, April 4th, 2:30-2:45 PM: Room 2, Quantum Optics – T3B.2 Quantifying High-Dimensional Entanglement with only Two Measurement Settings, M. Malik; J. Bavaresco; N. Herrera; C. Klockl; P. Erker; M. Pivoluska; N. Friis; M. Huber
Thursday, April 4th, 2:45-3:00 PM: Room 1, Quantum Information I – T3A.3 Quantum Information Experiments with Multiple Photons in One and High-Dimensions: Concepts and Experiments, M. Erhard; M. Krenn; A. Zeilinger; X. Gu; M. Malik
Thursday, April 4th, 5:15 PM: Poster Room, Poster Session I – T5A.88 Near-Perfect Measurement of Photonic Spatial Modes, N.A. Herrera Valencia; F. Bouchard; F. Brandt; R. Fickler; M. Huber; M. Malik
We’d like to welcome our first PhD student Natalia Herrera, who joins us from Bogotá, Colombia.
Natalia comes to us with a wealth of experience, having just completed her Erasmus Mundus Europhotonics Masters thesis at the Max Planck Institute of Quantum Optics in Munich, as well as a research internship at IQOQI Vienna.
This review attempts to bridge the language gap between the theory and experiment, and exemplifies the academic space where our group most likes to work—a harmonious blend of quantum information theory, quantum photonics, and lots of good coffee of course!
Check out Nature’s On Your Wavelength blog for a really nice piece by Marcus on how this review came together.