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TEAM:


POSTDOCS:

Giacomo Guarnieri (quantum thermodynamics, 2016- )

Petr Marek (quantum optics, 2008- )

Michal Kolá° (stochastic and quantum thermodynamics, 2014- )

Kimin Park (quantum optics, 2012- )

Andrey Rakhubovsky (quantum optomechanics, 2013- )

László Ruppert (quantum communication, 2013- )

Lukáš SlodiŔka (atomic physics, 2014- )

Vladyslav Usenko (quantum communication, 2009- ) 


STUDENTS:

Ivan Derkach: Robustness of continuous-variable quantum key distribution

Mariia Gumberidze: Optical tests of quantum thermodynamics

Josef Hloušek, Detection of number of photons and their applications in quantum technology

Olena Kovalenko: Multiplexed optical quantum communication

Lukáš Lachman: Identification of nonclassicallity of light and matter 

Jaromír Mika: Quantum information processing with atoms and photons (supervisor: Jaromír Fiurášek)

Petr Obšil: Quantum physics of mechanical motion of trapped ions

Luca Ornigotti: Stochastic nonlinear dynamics of levitating particles

Lukáš Podhora: Quantum interaction of light with atoms and mechanical oscillators

Jan Provazník: Nonlinear quantum operations (supervisor: Petr Marek)

Nikita Vostrosablin, Quantum optomechanics with nonclassical states of light 

 

ALUMNI:

Jan Bílek (DTU Lyngby, Denmark)
Miroslav Gavenda (Varroc Lighting Systems, Czech Republic)

Ji°í Herec (Czech Metrology Institute, Brno)
Vojtých KupŔík
(Automotive Lighting, Czech Republic)

Petr Klapka (HELLA, Czech Republic)
Mikolaj Lasota (University of Torun, Poland)
Ladislav Mišta (UP Olomouc)
Petr Zapletal (University of Cambridge, UK)
 


HOME LAB: see Quantum Optics Lab Olomouc


DOMESTIC COLLABORATION:

Pavel Zemánek, Ond°ej ╚íp (ISI CAS, Brno) 
 
Tomáš Novotný (Charles University, Prague)

Artem Ryabov
(Charles University, Prague)



INTERNATIONAL COLLABORATION:

Ulrik L. Andersen (DTU Lyngby, Copenhagen)
 
Akira Furusawa (University of Tokio)

Julien Laurat (Kastler Brossel Laboratory, UPMC Paris)

Gerd Leuchs, Christoph Marqurdt, Maria Chekhova (Max-Planck Institute Erlangen) 

Fabio Sciarrino (Sapienza University of Roma)

Gregor Weihs (University of Insbruck)


RESEARCH GRANTS:

2017-2019: Czech Science Foundation  17-26143S
Advanced detectors of statistics and polarization of ultra weak light signals, (investigator: J.                       Fiurášek)

2016-2018: Czech Science Foundation 16-17314S, Complex multiqubit optical quantum gates, (investigator: J. Fiurášek)

2014-2018: Czech Science Foundation , Center of Excellence for Classical and Quantum Interactions in Nanoworld, (investigator: R. Filip)

2013-2015: FP7 ICT programme of EU No. 308803Bright squeezed vacuum and its applications (investigator: R. Filip)

2013-2014: Czech-Japan project of Czech Ministry of Education No. LH13248Detection of quantum non-Gaussian features of light
(investigator: P.                    Marek)

2013-2015: Czech-Germany project, Czech Science Foundation 13-27533J, Free-space optical quantum communication with continuous variables                        (investigator: V. Usenko)

2013-2015: Czech Science Foundation GA13-20319SQuantum optical information processing driven by weak quantum measurements (investigator:                    J. Fiurášek)

2012-2014: Czech Science Foundation 205/12/0694Complex quantum correlations and its applications (investigator: L. Mišta)

2012-2014: Czech Sceince Foundation 205/12/0577Reliable highly nonlinear optical quantum information processing (investigator: R. Filip)

2010-2011: Czech-Japan project, Czech Ministry of Education ME10156, Measurement induced quantum information processing with          
                    continuous variables
(investigator: R. Filip)

2008-2010: Czech Science Foundation 202/08/0224, Electro-optical control of quantum noise of light (investigator: R. Filip)

2007-2010: Czech-Germany project, Czech Science Foundation and DFG 202/07/J040, Quantum communication with continuous variables through                       noisy channels (investigator: R. Filip)

2003-2006: Post-Doc project, Czech Science Foundation P202/03/D239, Reduction of decoherence in quantum communication and information                             processing (investigator: R. Filip)