The SpooQy Lab

Our results from the SpooQy-1 satellite are now published on Optica. You may read the paper here.

We also co-wrote a commentary with Artur Ekert for the Straits Times discussing the recent results from SpooQy-1 and Micius.

Some stories are available at:

Our comms team has also made a short video about the project. Watch it here.

SpooQy-1 was launched from the International Space Station in June 2019. Learn more about the satellite and its science objective.

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.