Our research is mainly devoted to the identification and quantification of quantum resources for efficient quantum information technology.
We are interested in understanding the most essential signatures of quantumness in elementary and complex systems, so as to cast light on foundational aspects of quantum theory, while devising novel ways to exploit quantumness operationally for robust applications.
We have a strong tradition in the study of entanglement and quantum correlations in general, in discrete as well as continuous variable multipartite quantum systems (encompassing atoms, light, and interfaces thereof).
If you have never heard about quantum entanglement, feel free to have a look here.
Slidesets from our recent research presentations and lectures are available here.
For more detailed papers, please browse our publications. The team members are here.