Nov 8, 2022
The European Union (EU) and Canada annouces the jointly supported research project HYPERSPACE in quantum technology. Our group, along with other colleagues at UniPV, will be part of the research team.
Oct 14, 2022
Here we show that single-photon nonlinearities in photonic devices could be achieved in a triply resonant integrated photonic device made of two coupled ring resonators. This results is now available in Optics Letters
Oct 3, 2022
Welcome to Milica Banic, phd candidate of the University of Toronto. Until the end of this year, she will be working in our group as visiting student on approaches for the generation of multipartite state integrated devices .
Oct 3, 2022
Welcome to Prof. John E. Sipe from the University of Toronto. He will be working in our group as visiting professor until the end of this year. He will also teach a mini-course on "Interpretations of Quantum Mechanics".
Sep 22, 2022
Alice has successfully defended her Master thesis on the optimization of squeezed light in integrated devices. Well done!
Sep 18, 2022
The course of Photonics will start on Oct. 5, 9 AM in Room 326. Don't miss it!
Aug 27, 2022
We are hiring! There are several open positions in my group for master students, phd students, and post-docs. If you are interested, please contact me asap.
Jul 19, 2022
Tommaso Perani has succesfully defended his Ph.D thesis. Tommaso is a precious member of our group, and we all wish him all the best for his career. Thanks for your hard work. Congraduation!
Jul 17, 2022
Diego has successfully defended his Master thesis on the use of machine learning for quantum state characterization. Well done!
Jul 8, 2022
We studied third-order parametric down conversion and we showed that the direct generation of photon triplets is within the reach of integrated photonic platforms. This work will be featured on the Physical Review A website. Stay tuned!
Jul 7, 2022
A new tutorial article to guide the reader “beyond photon pairs” in a description of nonlinear quantum photonics in the high-gain regime. This comprensive analysis is now available in Advances in Optics and Photonics.