Solid-State Quantum Architecture Lab
We study various solid-state quantum systems such as quantum dots, defects, and emerging quantum materials.
Our research aims to generate and control photonic and spin qubits from solid-state quantum structures for scalable and integrated quantum systems.
Such systems will enable chip-scale platforms for quantum information processing such as quantum communication, quantum sensing, and quantum computing.
1) Quantum light sources (single photons and entangled photon pair)
2) Cavity-quantum electrodynamics
3) Quantum entanglement between multiple qubits
4) On-chip integrated solid-state quantum devices
1) Fundamental study of light-matter interaction and quantum entanglement
2) Quantum hardware such as quantum light sources, quantum memories, quantum repeaters, and quantum gates
3) Secure quantum communication and quantum network
3) Photonic quantum computation and simulation