Integrated photonics platform for continuous variable quantum optics

Matteo Villa

Griffith University

Matteo Villa is a Phd student at Griffith University in the group of Professor Lobino. He has received a Bachelor  and a Master of Physics engineering from the Politecnico of Milan and completed his Master's thesis at Bristol's Centre for Quantum Photonics, beofre moving to Australia. During his Phd he has been focusing on engineering integrated optics for quantum technologies.


Integrated quantum photonics has emerged as the ideal platform for the implementation of optical quantum technology [1]. Confining light inside miniaturized waveguide circuits enables the generation, manipulation, and... [ view full abstract ]


  1. Mirko Lobino (Griffith University)
  2. Francesco Lenzini (University of Münster)
  3. Jiri Janousek (The Australian National University)
  4. Oliver Thearle (The Australian National University)
  5. Matteo Villa (Griffith University)
  6. Ben Haylock (Griffith University)
  7. Sachin Kasture (Griffith University)
  8. Liang Cui (Tianjin University)
  9. Hoang-phuong Phan (Griffith University)
  10. Dzung Viet Dao (Griffith University)
  11. Hidehiro Yonezawa (University of New South Wales)
  12. Ping Koy Lam (The Australian National University)
  13. Elanor Huntington (The Australian National University)

Topic Areas

Quantum information processing and computing , Quantum optics and non-classical light sources


OS2b-A » Quantum optics and non-classical light sources (16:50 - Thursday, 6th September, Auditorium)

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