Head of Quantum Information Group

Natalia Korolkova   Prof Natalia Korolkova
  Professor of Theoretical Quantum Optics

Postdoctoral Researchers

Pablo de la Hoz Pablo de la Hoz
email: pdlhi1
➤ PhoG: sub-Poissonian photon gun
➤ Modeling of nonlinear coherent loss in waveguide structures
➤ Open quantum systems
Matthew ThorntonMatthew Thornton
email: mt45
➤ PhoG: sub-Poissonian photon gun
➤ Simulation of open quantum systems
➤ Quantum pulse propagation

PhD Students

Viktor Nordgren Viktor Nordgren
email: vmn3
➤ Hybrid ancilla-driven quantum computation
➤ Genuine multipartite entanglement

Undergraduate Students

Robert Allman CarterRobert Allman Carter
➤ Nonseparable modes: quantum versus classical entanglement
Lewis Shen Lewis Shen
➤ Quantum chains with dissipative coupling
Cailean WilkinsonCailean Wilkinson
➤ Secure quantum state sharing and teleportation

Main collaborations and exchange visits

Gerd Leuchs Professor Gerd Leuchs
Max Planck Institute for the Science of Light,
Erlangen, Germany
➤ Classical entanglement
➤ Quantum communication, multi-partite entanglement, and quantum discord
Ladislav Mista Dr Ladislav Mišta
Palacký University, Olomouc,
Czech Republic
➤ Entanglement Theory of Gaussian States
➤ Multipartite quantum communication
Dmitri Mogilevtsev Dr Dmitri Mogilevtsev
B.I.Stepanov Institute of Physics,
Minsk, Belarus
➤ Quantum tomography
➤ Dynamics of open quantum systems

group photo Jan 2019

Pablo de la Hoz,  Viktor Nordgren, Natalia Korolkova,  Anton Sakovich ,  Matthew Thornton   (Jan 2019)

Former Postdoctoral Researchers

Svetoslav Ivanov Dr Svetoslav Ivanov
University of Sofia, Bulgaria
Ion trap quantum computing
Tomas Tyc Prof Tomáš Tyc
Masaryk University, Brno,
Czech Republic
Quantum optics
Non-classical states of light
Dmytro Vasylyev Dr Dmytro Vasylyev
University of Rostock, Germany
Quantum communication over atmospheric links
Luciana Davila Romero Dr Luciana Davila-Romero
University of East Anglia, UK
Quantum communication protocols

group photo May 2016

Thomas Doherty,  Natalia Korolkova,  Callum Croal,  Michael Lynch-White,  Matthew Thornton   (May 2016)

group photo Feb 2012 Natalia Korolkova Richard Tatham Darran Milne Niall Quinn

Natalia Korolkova,  Richard Tatham,  Darran Milne,  Niall Quinn   (February 2012)

Former PhD Students and selected Undergraduate & Summer Students

Jesús Diaz Ferrer Jesús Diaz Ferrer
Nonlinear pulse propagation in integrated waveguide networks
June 2019 - September 2019
Erasmus Mundus International Masters in Optics and Photonics. From May 2020: Masters Student at TU Delft, QKD group (Wolfgang Tittel)  
Iason Apostolatos Iason Apostolatos
Ancilla-controlled quantum computation with generalized interaction
PhD student, University of Sussex, Ion Quantum Technology group (Winfried Hensinger)  
Hamish Scott Hamish Scott
Practical secure quantum communication
PhD Student, Heriot Watt University Quantum Theory Team (Erik Gauger) and HWQuantum (Jonathan Leach)  
Michael Lynch-White Michael Lynch-White
Quantum error correction
Thomas Doherty Thomas Doherty
Coherent dissipative photonics
PhD student, University of Oxford, The Atom-Photon Connection group (Axel Kuhn)
Callum Croal Dr Callum Croal
“Quantum Correlations in Mixed Gaussian State: from Discord to Signatures”
Innovation Consultant, Innovia Technology, Cambridge
Niall Quinn Dr Niall Quinn
“Gaussian Non-classical Correlations in Bipartite Dissipative Continuous Variable Quantum Systems”
Octopus Investments, London
Richard Tatham Dr Richard Tatham
“Quantum Correlations in and beyond Quantum Entanglement in Bipartite Continuous Variable Systems”
HGF Ltd Intellectual Property Specialists, London
Darran Milne Dr Darran Milne
“Towards Universal Quantum Computation in Continuous-Variable Systems”
VividQ Limited, Co-founder and CEO
Gary Sinclair Dr Gary Sinclair
“Cross-Phase Modulation in Rubidium-87”
Senior Research Associate, Quantum Photonics Group, University of Bristol
David Menzies Dr David Menzies
“Procrustean Entanglement Concentration, Weak Measurements and Optimized State Preparation for Continuous-Variable Quantum Optics”
Melissa Giulian Melissa Giulian
“Continuous and Hybrid Variable Ancilla Driven Quantum Computation”
2015   (Final Year Project Prize)
Filip Rozpedek Filip Rozpedek
“Time as Quantum Correlations” - 2014
“Reconciliation witness and reliabilility of quantum atmospheric channel” - 2012
PhD from the University of Delft, QuTech group (Stephanie Wehner) - 2019
From 2019: Postdoc, Pritzker School of Molecular Engineering, University of Chicago
Takafumi Nakano Takafumi Nakano
“Continuous Variable Ancilla Driven Quantum Computation”
Summer 2010