Frontiers of Few-Cycle Laser Pulse Compression
Aims to enable measurements and control of matter at the attosecond timescale, the timescale of electron motion and the fastest events in normal matter.
Novel Ultraviolet and vacuum-UV ultrafast sources
The development of novel ultrafast light sources that allow for fine measurement and control of matter in the quantum scale, and therefore have the long-term potential to become tools in the development of new quantum technologies
Aims to cool a wide variety of molecules to micro-Kelvin temperatures, trap them for minutes at a time, and develop all the tools required for the complete control at the quantum level of all the degrees of freedom.
Novel atom-photon interface using individual molecules coupled to a waveguide
Aims to build quantum photonic circuits with single molecules and waveguide networks on chip, so that entanglement and interference of multiple photons can be exploited in a parallel fashion