Today, it was announced that the 2022 Nobel Prize in Physics is being awarded "for experiments with entangled photons, establishing the violation of Bell inequalities and pioneering quantum information science", shared equally by:

Alain Aspect, Université Paris-Saclay and Ëcole Polytechnique, France
John F. Clauser, J.F. Clauser & Assoc., USA
Anton Zellinger, University of Vienna, Austria

In 2017, Nanophotonics Research Centre was formed at Queen's University in the Department of Physics, Engineering Physics & Astronomy. It is an interdisciplinary centre where several research groups are working in this exciting and broad area of quantum photonics. With collaborations and young researchers hard at work, the future possibilities are immense in this research area.

There are opportunities for new graduate students in quantum nanophotonics. For more information, you can visit these research groups' websites:

Dignam Group

Hughes Group

McLean Research Group

Quantum Nanophotonics Lab

Rob Knobel

Shastri Lab

Ultrafast Laser Lab


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