The “QCAT” Research Group carries out interdisciplinary studies at the border of quantum optics and condensed matter. Our goal is discovering inspiring physical phenomena, investigating the capabilities of modern platforms and finding their potential applications in quantum technologies. The Group has a theoretical background but tightly collaborates with experimentalists. Our domain comprises systems built with integrated optical circuits and superconducting photon detectors, optical microcavities and two-dimensional nanomaterials (e.g. graphene). We specialize in numerical tools.
The Group is led by Dr. habil. Magdalena Stobińska. In 2017 she received a Foundation for Polish Science “First Team” research project and moved her Group to the Faculty of Physics at the University of Warsaw. We are starting to perform our own experiments and the Faculty of Physics UW offers great possibilities of realization of these plans. Currently, the Group comprises two postdocs, two Ph.D. students and a M.Sc. student.
Please contact us if you are interested in collaboration or discussions!
Facultad de Matemática, Astronomía, Física y Computación (FaMAF) is one of the thirteen faculties of Universidad Nacional de Cordoba. In this institution, courses related to Mathematics, Astronomy, Physics and Computer Science are taught.
Alexandria Quantum Computing Group (AleQCG) is located in Department of Mathematics and Computer Science, Faculty of Science, Alexandria University, Egypt.
AleQCG is interested in all aspects of research related to quantum computing, especially:
-Designing quantum algorithm to solve hard computational problems.
-Synthesis and optimization of quantum/reversible circuits.
-Quantum Inspired evolutionary algorithm.
-Quantum dot cellular automata.
-Quantum machine learning.
Research areas: Quantum Cryptography, Quantum Communication, and Quantum Correlations.
We are looking for highly motivated Ph.D. students and postdoctoral fellows to work on the theoretical aspects of quantum correlations (quantum nonlocality, semi-device-independent networks, etc) and quantum cryptography.