The SpooQy Lab

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.  


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Latest News

  • Alexander Ling was interviewed by OpenGov on the development of quantum secure communications.
  • Congratulations to Rakhitha Chandrasekara on his successful PhD defence! 10th March, 2017.
  • Alexander Ling will be giving an invited talk at CLEO Pacific Rim 2017, held at Marina Bay Sands Convention Centre, Singapore.
  • Robert Bedington will be presenting at GSTC 2017 on February 24, 2017 at 10:30 am. His talk is entitled "SpooQySats: CubeSats to demonstrate quantum key distribution technologies."
  • Aitor Villar will be presenting at the IPS Meeting on February 23, 2017 at 12:10 pm. His talk is entitled "Engineering precise selection of emission opening angles to result in high brightness, high quality polarization entangled photon pairs."
  • The team welcomes Soe Moe Thar and Nguyen Hong Nhung.