SPECTRAL-TEMPORAL ENGINEERING OF QUANTUM LIGHT
We research the potential of spectral-temporal encoding for the processing of quantum information. Our interests include experimental implementations of multidimensional quantum-enhanced metrology. We explore highly efficient, fiber-compatible quantum cryptography protocols. We look for applications of time-energy entanglement.
PHOTONIC INTERFACES FOR QUANTUM NETWORKS
We experimentally investigate methods for coherent modification of spectro-temporal mode structure of optical pulses at the single photon level. We are building highly efficient electro-optic mode converters for single-photon pulses. We explore the properties of highly dispersive optical media.
With our partners within the NLPQT consortium we are involved in building Quantum Key Distribution links in Poland, including and intericty link between Warsaw and Poznan. This activity is enabled by the nationwide academic fiber network PIONIER.
QUANTUM TEMPORAL FOURIER OPTICS
We explore applications of the concept of time lens and ultrafast all-optical information processing in the field of quantum optics. We explore new opportunities offered by these techniques for quantum information processing. We address technical challenges associated with applying these concepts to non-classical light.