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Our research combines the development of scalable photonic quantum technology for quantum computing and other quantum information applications with the investigation of fundamental quantum science questions. The main activities reach from quantum control of single photons using solid-state photon sources, integrated waveguide technology, tailored nonlinear media and detectors based on superconductor technology to interferometric precision measurements of weak gravitational forces.

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07.12.2018
 

ForscherInnen der Uni Wien entwickeln "One-Time"-Programm

07.12.2018
 

Our publication on “Quantum advantage for probabilistic one-time programs” appeared in Nature Communications.

26.11.2018 14:30
 

Alexander Jones from the University of Oxford, gives a talk about "Interfering photons in orthogonal states".

14.11.2018
 

Our publication on “Weakly gravitating isotropic waveguides” appeared in Classical and Quantum Gravity.

09.11.2018
 

The experiments of the Walther Group regarding "indefinite causal order" are part of an exhibition at the "G.A.S-station" in Berlin, which can be seen...

30.10.2018
 

The multidisciplinary project UNIQORN, which kicks off this month, will develop quantum technology for the mass market. Quantum communication systems,...

28.08.2018
 

Our publication "Continuous‐Variable Quantum Key Distribution with Gaussian Modulation — The Theory of Practical Implementations" made it on the cover...

12.07.2018
 

A new publication on Weakly gravitating isotropic waveguides on arXiv.

04.07.2018 11:00
 

Dima Farfurnik from the Hebrew University of Jerusalem, Israel, gives a talk about "Pursuing many-body dynamics in spin ensembles in diamond".

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