Paper on frequency conversion posted on the Arxiv

Post by: / 9:44AM Jul 11, 2019 / Uncategorized / NO Comment

Our latest paper on the frequency conversion across the WDM spectrum is now on the Arxiv. Congrats to Paul for developing the idea and doing the experiment.

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Our paper on multiplexed quantum random number generation is published in Quantum

Post by: / 9:39AM May 13, 2019 / Uncategorized / NO Comment

Our paper in collaboration with Christian Weedbrok from Xanadu has been published on Quantum, the new journal run by the community. Congrats to Daniel and Ben!

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Ben won a prize for the best talk at CQC2T workshop

Post by: / 5:53AM Feb 22, 2019 / Uncategorized / NO Comment

Congratulations to our post doc Ben Haylock who won the prize for the best presentation at the last CQC2T workshop in Sydney. Ben presented our latest results on squeezing on a chip. Well done Ben!

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Squeezing on chip experiment published in Science Advances

Post by: / 11:22AM Dec 08, 2018 / Uncategorized / NO Comment

Our latest paper on the generation, manipulation and detection of continuous variable quantum states of light on chip has been published on Science Advances. This is a collaboration with the groups of Prof. Elanor Huntington and Prof. Ping Koy Lam from the Australian National University, and Dr. Hidehiro Yonezawa from the University of New South

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Congrats to Paul for arriving runner-up the Griffith final of the 3 minutes Thesis competition

Post by: / 1:21AM Sep 14, 2018 / Uncategorized / NO Comment

After winning the Griffith Science pool of the 3MT, our PhD student Paul Fisher placed second at the Griffith Uni final with a great presentation entitled “Internet over the rainbow”. Well done Paul and enjoy your $750 prize! Here is the video of Paul’s presentation (click here).

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A/Prof. Lobino has been awarded the prestigious Future Fellowship from the Australian Research Council

Post by: / 11:39PM Aug 06, 2018 / Uncategorized / NO Comment

Grant success for the IQT group. The Australian Research Council awarded close to $900k to our group for the realization of a ion trap-waveguide technology for long distance quantum communications. This is a recognition of the great work done so far by our team.

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Congratulations to our PhD student Ben Haylock who won a SPIE scholarship

Post by: / 9:36AM May 25, 2018 / Uncategorized / NO Comment

Big congrats to Ben Haylock who was awarded a $3,000 scholarship from SPIE. Here is the official press release from SPIE (click here)

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Our paper on integrated continuous variable photonics is on Arxiv

Post by: / 5:13AM Apr 23, 2018 / Uncategorized / NO Comment

Our latest work on an integrated chip that can generate, manipulate and homodying nonclassical light on a chip can be read on This work is a collaboration between several CQC2T groups.

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