Research

Our research focuses on the development of advanced photonic quantum technology for applications in quantum information processing and for investigations in quantum science. The fact that photons have an intrinsic lack of decoherence and can be conveniently manipulated with high precision, makes them attractive for many applications. The photons’ inherent advantage of being mobile provides a unique opportunity of transmitting and processing quantum information by using the same physical system.

Our current activities are centered around the following topics:


Our six Research Pillars:

Our research is supported by the:

  • European Commission under projects EQuaM (No. 323714), GRASP (No.613024), QUCHIP (No.641039);
  • European Commission under the Marie Curie 2020 initial training programme PICQUE (No. 608062); 
  • Austrian Science Fund (FWF) through the START-programme PhoQuSi (Y585-N20), the doctoral programme CoQuS (W1210) and NaMuG (P30067-N36)
  • United States Air Force Office of Scientific Research via QAT4SECOMP (FA2386-17-1-4011)
  • University of Vienna via the Research Platform TURIS
  • Brazilian Government via the Science without Borders Program
  • Red Bull GmbH

 

Our research has previously been supported by the:

  • European Commission under project QuILMI (No. 295293)
  • Vienna Science and Technology Fund (WWTF) via PhoCluDi (ICT12-041)
  • United States Air Force Office of Scientific Research via HiFi-MBQC (FA8655-11-1-3004) and QEncrypt (FA9550-16-1-0004)