As a member of the Quantum and Biophotonics (QBP) unit at KTH, QNP focuses on studying nanostructures at the single photon level. Both quantum emitters and quantum detectors are studied with the aim of developing new tools for quantum information processing. QNP's line of research within QBP facilitates the development of new research directions at KTH with emphasis on quantum technology. The rich and diverse scientific community at KTH enables the center to promote excellence by stimulating strong collaboration beween theoretical and experimental studies.
Our work concentrates on novel nanostructures for optics at the single photon and single electron level, we study different systems: semiconducting nanowires, superconducting detectors, atomic-solid state hybrid systems with the aim of combining these systems in quantum information processing experiments.
PhD thesis defense
Dr. Julien Zichi defended his PhD thesis on NbTiN for improved superconducting detectors on Friday June 14th. His colleagues congratulate him on this outstanding achievement.’
Sweden's King pays visit to quantum lab
Sweden’s King, Carl XVI Gustaf, made a visit to the Quantum Nano Photonics Laboratory at KTH last week to meet with students and researchers and to open Sweden’s first quantum communication link. Read more (
Göran Gustafsson Prize
Congratulations to Dr. Klaus Jöns for receiving the prestigious big Göran Gustafsson prize 2019 for young researcher, granting him 2.75mio SEK for his research on quantum networks.
Our work on teleportation using on-demand photons from quantum dots was highlighted in
Prof. Val Zwiller, Nature Photonics
Prof. Val Zwiller discusses quantum integrated photonics and its potential for quantum supremacy, highlighting QNP's research on deterministic integration of quantum sources and detectors to enable the generation, manipulation, and detection of quantum light on-chip. Read the full article on Nature Photonics (