The QSE Research Group at Loughborough brings together a unique team of leading academic from diverse backgrounds - including quantum technologists, scientists, engineers and end users - in order to develop the methodology that will become Quantum Systems Engineering. Our interest in (Quantum [Systems) Engineering] spans the engineering of quantum-systems and the systems-engineering approach to quantum technologies.
The Quantum Optics and Information Group of Goiânia is a research team of the Institute of Physics of Federal University of Goiás (Brazil) that undertakes research in both theoretical and experimental aspects of quantum mechanics and advanced quantum technologies with future applications in metrology, communication, and computation. Our group originated from the Quantum Optics Group, founded in 1999 by Professor Basilio Baseia, that was primarily focused on the preparation, the study of the properties and the applications of nonclassical states of the electromagnectic field in travelling waves or inside a superconducting cavity. With the incorporation of new researchers to the group: Ardiley T. Avelar (2006 ), Norton G. de Almeida (2009), Wesley B. Cardoso (2010), Lucas C. Céleri (2012) and Rafael M. Gomes (2012), the research lines was greatly expanded including, among other things, the foundations of quantum mechanics, quantum mechanics of open system, optical solitons and optical communications, nonlinear dynamics in Bose-Einstein condensates, quantum (relativistic) thermodynamics, quantum (relativistic) information and experimental quantum optics.
The Joint Center for Quantum Information and Computer Science (QuICS) is a research partnership between the University of Maryland (UMD) and the National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST), with the support and participation of the Research Directorate of the National Security Agency/Central Security Service.
Located at the University of Maryland just outside of Washington, D.C., the center advances research and education in quantum computer science and quantum information theory, aiming to understand and advance the power of quantum systems to process information.
Ongoing projects at QuICS include theoretical and experimental research on quantum algorithms, quantum complexity theory, quantum communication, quantum key distribution, post-quantum cryptography, and more.