The project is a joint development between Fondazione Bruno Kessler and University of Trento, in collaboration with University of Bern.
The goal of the activity is to develop a new concept of single photon detector for measuring the spatio-temporal correlations existing in a flux of coincident photons. Such a detector would find application in quantum science, e.g. for the detection of entangled photons in quantum imaging or the generation of quantum random numbers in quantum communication.
Experimental post-doctoral position in quantum sources
We are seeking to recruit a Postdoctoral Researcher to work on the development of new sources and applications of entangled photons. The research activities will be performed at the University of Glasgow, in the group led by Dr Matteo Clerici (Ultrafast Nonlinear Optics) and in collaboration with Profs Daniele Faccio and Robert Hadfield (Quantum Sensors).
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