Our research interests include:
We welcome first years Colin Lualdi and Dalton Chaffee to the group! Dalton was awarded the NASA Space Technology Research Fellowship in April 2017, which is awarded to graduate students “who show significant potential to contribute to NASA’s goal of creating innovative new space technologies.” Colin was awarded both an NSF GRFP fellowship and a College of Engineering SURGE Fellowship. Congratulations!
Post-doc Fumihiro Kaneda generates synchronized photons using quantum memories. Read more about this and measurement-device-independent QKD here.
Graduate student Alex Hill published work on optimization of single-mode collection on the single-photon level using a deformable mirror.