We’re excited to have our review paper on the creation and detection of optical modes with spatial light modulators among the top most cited and downloaded articles in 2016! Read the article in our publications section.
Congratulations to Yaseera, Stuti, Andrew and Francesco for making the editor’s pick in the Journal of the Optical Society of America B! Read their paper about instrument limitations on a polarization-based entangled photon source in our 2017 publications section.
Isaac gave his first invited talk at the 4th Quantum Africa conference in March this year, explaining the creation and detection of high dimensional quantum states for quantum communication.
Quantum Africa 4 is part of the Quantum Africa series aimed at facilitating collaborations and exchanges between both countries in other continents with Africa and the different African countries themselves. Held in different African countries biennially, this May it was hosted in Tunisia with many distinguished speakers taking part.
We featured in the OFC exuberance this March with an invited talk on how vector modes propagate in optics. The Optical Networking and Communications Conference holds a high-quality international technical program every year, showcasing the latest technology and science in optical networks and communications.
Andrew and Carmelo gave invited talks on quantum links and hybrid communication with orbital angular momentum amongst the snow and rocky Wasatch mountains at the prestigious Physics of Quantum Electronics (PQE) 47th colloquium in Snowbird, Utah earlier this year.
Running annually for over 40 years, this conference attracts world experts in many areas including laser and quantum physics.
We’re featured in the Highlights of 2016 collection of the Journal of Optics under Letters!