The SpooQy Lab
Join the SpooQy team! PhD studentships are available - contact us directly for opportunities!
We just published a paper on the state-of-the-art for compact entangled photon sources on satellites. This was co-authored by one of the best post-doc teams I ever assembled! "Development of compact entangled photon-pair sources for satellites" Applied Physics Letters 121, 220503
How do you repair radiation damage to single photon detectors? By annealing them! You can do this via heaters or lasers. Here is a project to use lasers to anneal single photon detectors. Our team is contributing know-how and electronics.
We have a pre-print describing the requirements for non-local dispersion compensation in live telecommunication fiber. This work places a bound on the minimum length of standard telecommunication fiber need to achieve compensation within the jitter of COTS detectors. Read more on the arXiv: 2201.10962.
SpooQy-1 re-entered Earth's atmosphere in late 2021. Thanks for all the data, SpooQy-1!
We are a multi-disciplinary group at the Centre for Quantum Technologies in Singapore. We are located on the National University of Singapore campus. Our work leverages optical technology for building compact, rugged & effective optical entanglement systems used for testing fundamental physics and demonstrating quantum-assisted applications. We work with a wide range of optical tools, and have an active interest in nonlinear optics including bulk and waveguide materials. Systems integration (optics, electronics & mechanical design) is a key theme of our work and undergraduate students are encouraged to take part in our projects.