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We are working in quantum technologies with a focus in implementations of quantum computation and quantum simulation with quantum optical systems. Our research could be applied towards developing exotic high-performance quantum processors and simulators, and also for fundamental science in the area of strongly correlated quantum systems. read more.

August 2019:Tiang Feng defended her thesis with flying colours! Well done! All the best to your new adventures in the industry world!
July 2019: Very happy to announce that our group leader was chosen as one of the three CQT PIs to be featured in NUSNews website on “Shaping the future of quantum technology” .
July 2019: Our lecture notes for the course given at the “E. Fermi” International School of Physics on Nanoscale Quantum Optics, Lake Como, July 2018 and our paper “Quantum state transfer via acoustic edge states in a 2D optomechanical array” are out on arXiv.
June 2019: Our work on quantum supremacy with analog quantum processors for material science and machine learning is out on arXiv.
May 2019: Our review on Nanoscale Quantum Optics is out on arXiv !
April 2019: Our work on looking for exotic hidden order in driven-dissipative photonic lattices is out in Phys. Rev. A!
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Research Highlights

July 2019: Quantum state transfer via acoustic edge states in a 2D optomechanical array

Marc-Antoine Lemonde, Vittorio Peano, Peter Rabl, Dimitris G. Angelakis We propose a novel hybrid platform where solid-state spin qubits are …
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June 2019: Quantum supremacy with analog quantum processors for material science and machine learning

Quantum supremacy with analog quantum processors for material science and machine learning J. Tangpanitanon, S. Thanasilp, M. A. Lemonde, D …
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April 2019: Hidden order in quantum many-body dynamics of driven-dissipative nonlinear photonic lattices

Hidden Order in Quantum Many-body Dynamics of Driven-Dissipative Nonlinear Photonic Lattices J. Tangpanitanon, S. R. Clark, V. M. Bastidas, R …
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March 2019: Two new works out! One on detecting topological order in quantum many-body systems in Phys. Rev. B and one in probing many-body localization in open photonic systems published in Phys. Rev. A

Strongly correlated photon transport in a nonlinear photonic lattice with the disorder: Probing signatures of the localization transition T. F …
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September 2018 “Discrete time crystal in globally driven interacting quantum systems without disorder” (March 2019, published!)

Fig.1 (a) Schematic diagram showing the dynamics of the individual spins in our model for a small perturbation  in …
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Dec 2017-publication in Science: Spectroscopic signatures of localization with interacting photons in superconducting qubits (collaboration with Google-Martinis group)

The international team used photons in Google’s quantum chip to simulate the surprising and beautiful pattern of the ‘Hofstadter butterfly’, …
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