Department of Electrical & Computer  Engineering

Department of Physics


Quantum Communication & Measurement Laboratory


Quantum Physics ---> Quantum Engineering ---> Quantum Technology



Professor Alexander V. Sergienko



Full CV


Major Publications (with PDF files for download)




Major Research Interests:

- Quantum information, quantum communication and cryptography, quantum networking, linear-optical quantum computing  

- Quantum information manipulation in high-dimensional Hilbert spaces by coding, manipulating, and detecting large information clusters using group theory and topological structures;

- Quantum information processing, using simple quantum circuits to simulate behavior of more complicated physical systems; 

- Ultra-Precise optical measurement in science and technology (Quantum Metrology), characterization of biological, organic, polymer, and semiconductor structures; 

- Super-resolution Quantum sensors with attosecond (in time) and nanometer (in space) sensitivity based on quantum interferometry with super-broadband spectral entanglement; 

- Quantum and correlation imaging, aberration-free imaging and microscopy in life sciences; 

- Fast object recognition in biomedical applications (bacterial colonies, folded-unfolded proteins) using high-dimensional Hilbert space correlations ;

- Integrated micro-and nano-photonics, Quantum circuits, Quantum state engineering using parametric amplification in periodically polled nonlinear structures, entanglement manipulation and processing on a chip; 

- Precise characterization of elements of 40Gb/s and 100 Gb/s metropolitan ROADM telecommunication networks including all-optical wavelength selective switches (WSS) and add-drop multiplexers, building telecom-embedded sensors; 

- High-performance single-photon detection and correlation measurement in a wide spectral range from ultraviolet to mid-infrared and terahertz;

- “Quantum Inspired” optical engineering and technology - building robust and efficient classical correlation tools inspired by the flexibility and information capacity of quantum entanglement.  







Prof. Alexander V. Sergienko

Prof. Gregg Jaeger

Prof. David Simon

Dr. Abu Thomas

Dr. Olga Minaeva

Dr. Roman Egorov

John Snyder

Casey Fitzpatrick

Mackenzie Van Camp

Shuto Osawa

Former Group Members:

Dr. Néstor Uribe Patarroyo, Dr. Cristian Bonato, Dr. Silvia Carrasco, Dr. Giovanni Di Giuseppe, Dr. Hugues De Chatellus, Patrick Stollenwerk, Alvin Stern, Oleksiy Pikalo, Golshan Coleiny, Cliff Williams, Mohammad Mazooji, Christopher Sataline, Brian Imhausen, Ken Bycenski, Dr. Kimani Toussaint, Dr. Zac Walton, Scott Hendrickson, Greg LaRosa, Dr. Mete Atature,Patrick Stone, Daniel Rummel, Matt Shaw, Ying-Tsang (Falcon) Liu , Jake Hofman, Matt Corbo, Dr. Matthew Daniell, Dr. Antoine Muller, Tedros Tsegaye, Dr. Dien Rice, George Bevis, Alex Zosuls, Ilya Tatar, Eric Dauler

Facilities    ECE Department   




Financial Support: DARPA   NSF,  NIST,  CIPA Northrop Grumman NexGen





































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