Quantum Optics - Nanophotonics - Metrology - Photonic Networks
The Quantum Photonics Group is led by Dirk Englund, Jamieson Career Development Professor in Electrical Engineering and Computer Science at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology.
- Upcoming Seminars - EECS, QPLab, CUA, Optics and Quantum Electronics
- Research opportunities for MIT Master's students posted here
- We have openings for outstanding researchers in nanophotonics, optical networks, and quantum optics [more]
- Team is selected for new MURI program on Optimal Measurements for Scalable Quantum Technologies together with Harvard, Yale, and Universitiy of Maryland
- Featured in Nature: Diamonds tick like atomic clocks
- Congratulations to Ed Chen and co-authors for their new publication on spin-based super-resolution imaging in Nano Letters
- Dirk is appointed Jamieson Career Development Professor
- Graphene modulator featured in the news
- Xuetao's paper on cavity-enhanced light-matter interaction in graphene is featured in the news
- Jonathan and coworkers report long coherence times of NVs in nanofabricated diamond structures - New Journal of Physics 14 (2012).
- Dirk is awarded the 2012 IBM Faculty Award
- Congrats to Reyu on receiving an NSF Graduate Fellowship!
- Dirk is awarded a 2012 DARPA Young Faculty Award (CU News)
- Congrats to Ed and Hannah on receiving NASA Space Technology Research Fellowships (NSTRF)!!
- We are starting a new interdisciplinary Keck Foundation Program: ``Watching the Brain at Work: Imaging Neuronal Activity with Diamond Nanoprobes'' -- D. Englund, Jonathan Owen (Chemistry), Rafael Yuste (Biology) [Columbia News; Keck annoucement]
- The White House supports our research through the Presidential Early Career Award for Scientists and Engineers (PECASE) ; Columbia news
- We are starting a new collaborative program to develop Multi-Functional Light-Matter Interfaces based on Neutral Atoms and Solids [press announcement]
- SEAS article: Transmitting Information Securely
- The Columbia RISE program supports our research on biochemical sensors, in collaboration with the group of Jon Owen (Chemistry) 
- Dirk receives Sloan Research Fellowship in Physics [more] 
- Our research on quantum networks on nanophotonic chips is supported by the AFOSR Young Investigator Program [more], [Dec. 2010]
- We are beginning a DARPA-DSO sponsored project to develop photon-efficient quantum communication using chip-based architecture (DARPA InPho program) [Aug. 2010]