13/04/2016: Our paper on Scalable performance in solid-state single-photon sources appeared today in Optica. Many congratulations to Juan, Marcelo, Azwa, Matthew,and the French team of Niccolo, Carlos, Lorenzo, Valerian,
Thomas, Olivier, Guillamue, Isabelle, Aristide, Alexia, and Pascale!
07/03/2016: Our paper on Near-optimal single-photon sources
in the solid state appeared today in Nature Photonics. Many congratulations to Juan, Marcelo, and the French team of Niccolo, Valerian, Lorenzo,
Gaston, Simone, Thomas, Carlos, Justin, Carmen, Isabelle, Daniel, Aristide, Alexia, Loïc, and, of course, Pascale! Press releases can be found in English
SciMex and in French at
CNRS (a shorter English version of the latter is
here). I think perhaps some Pisco is in order ... Peruvian, naturally!
21/10/2015: There's a great video interview with Martin—or as we shall call him today, Marty!— in the article
It’s 2015, so where’s my flying car? (Spoiler alert: we still need
21/10/2015: It's Back To The Future Day! Andrew is in California at
FiO2015 giving an invited talk on
Photonic Quantum Simulation & Emulation which includes both our work on simulating time travel and appropriate props—do you have any idea how hard it is
to get a flux capacitor through customs?—whilst Martin and Tim are—at the request of the White House no less—doing a
Google+ Hangout Conversation on time travel. Great Scott!
19/10/2015: Our paper on Witnessing causal nonseparability appeared today
in the New Journal of Physics. Many congratulations to Christina, Cyril, and Fabio, and the Vienna team of Mateus, Adrien and Časlav!
12/10/2015:Sarah Lau starts her PhD in the QT Lab today, joining us from industry, and before that the
University of Queensland. Welcome aboard Sarah!
07/07/2015: After 7 wonderful years, Alessandro Fedrizzi is leaving us to take up a Readership at Heriot-Watt
university. Wishing you and your family all the best at the new gig Sandro, and you are very welcome back here anytime! Your new lab looks like it'll be a thing of
beauty, so we're very much looking forward to research visits.