Laboratory of Quantum Information Processing and Cryptography was founded in Autumn of 2004. Research in Laboratory is aimed especially on information aspects of quantum information processing, in particular quantum cryptography, information theory, quantum communication and algorithms. Theoretical aspects of classical cryptography, especially problems solvable with security that can be proved with help of information theory, are studied as well.

We perform theoretical research in Quantum information, Quantum optics, Quantum complexity, Many-body theory, Cold atoms and Quantum phase transitions.

Head: Prof. F. Illuminati

Marcos Saraceno.

TANDAR Laboratory, CNEA, Buenos Aires, Argentina.

Permanent Staff:
Marcos Saraceno, Eduardo Vergini, Alejandro Rivas, Maria Elena Spina,
Gabriel Carlo, Leonardo Ermann.

PhD students:
Juan Pedrosa, Lisandro Raviola

The group works on a very broad spectrum of problems, from standard quantum optics, through physics of matter, to quantum information theory, and physics of ultracold atoms.

The quantum part of CNQO consists of Prof Stephen Barnett (FRS), Dr John Jeffers, Dr Daniel Oi and Dr Shashank Virmani. We are part of QUISCO, the quantum information network in Scotland. Recently joining Strathclyde Physics is Stefan Kuhr as the new Professor of Experimental Quantum Information.


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