As a member of the
Quantum and Biophotonics unit (QBP) 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.
Royal Swedish Academy of Sciences Scholarship, May 4th, 2018
The Royal Swedish Academy of Sciences granted the Physics 2018 scholarship to Dr. Klaus Jöns.
Single photon sources for quantum networks,April 23, 2018
Our team is one step closer to realizing quantum networks, read more in AIP's press coverage of QNP's work (
Knut and Alice Wallenberg Foundation Grant, September 27, 2017
Congratulations to Prof. Val zwiller for receiving the Wallenberg foundation grant as the principal invistigator for “Quantum sensors”project. (
Manipulating quantum light on a chip, Aug 20, 2017
Physics today highlighted our recent
publication in Nature Communication were our team realized hybrid quantum photonic circuits with quantum light routing and filtering.
Link to Article
Göran Gustafsson Prize in Physics, March 31, 2017
Congratulations to Prof. Val Zwiller for receiving the 2017 Göran Gustafssonprisen (