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Light Matters Extra: Weird and Strange: Quantum Photonics - 03.2018



In this month's Light Matters Extra, we take you to the Quantum Photonics Laboratory at MIT run by Dr. Dirk Englund. Dr. Englund's group, the Quantum Photonics Group, is made up of postdocs and research scientists, and graduate and undergraduate students. The group studies diamond and silicon photonics, as well as 2D materials to create news ways of computing, communicating and measuring with quantum states.

Watch Light Matters at: https://www.photonics.com/VideoGallery.aspx?VCID=3&VMID=373

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