News Updates

26 February, 2020

Congratulations to Chenglong You for his accepted paper in Nanophotonics!


16 January, 2020

Omar was invited to speak at the Bristol Quantum Information Technologies Workshop, 27-29 April 2020.

http://www.bristol.ac.uk/physics/research/quantum/conferences/bqit-workshop/


28 October 2019,

Omar was invited to deliver a talk on Robust Multiphoton Quantum Technologies at the 86th Annual Meeting of the APS Southeastern Section, Wrightsville Beach, North Carolina.

http://meetings.aps.org/Meeting/SES19/Session/F02.3

17 October, 2019

Our paper on Quantum Imaging and Information was accepted for publication in Reports on Progress in Physics.

16 October, 2019





Thank you to the LSU Discover Program for supporting Aidan's first presentation at a national optics conference

26 September, 2019,

Based on his excellent presentation at Frontiers in Optics, Chenglong You has been selected as the winner of the Emil Wolf Outstanding Paper Competition!!! Congratulations Chenglong!!!

5 September, 2019,

Our paper on quantum state engineering of multiphoton states was accepted for publication in Nature-NPJ Quantum Information.

26 August, 2019,

Aidan was a guest speaker in Mrs. Fink's sixth grade science class at Runnels, presenting demonstrations and PowerPoint slides on potential and kinetic energy, torque and momentum, and properties of light. Aidan was inspired to pursue physics in Mrs. Fink's class and is grateful for the chance to both captivate students with science and thank Mrs. Fink for the role she played in his development.


23 August, 2019,

Dr. Cynthia Peterson, the Dean of the College of Science, visited our lab today!!!

07 July, 2019,

Congratulations to Chenglong You! His experimental paper entitled "Multiphoton quantum metrology without pre- and post-selected measurements" was selected as a finalist in the Emil Wolf Outstanding Paper Competition at Frontiers in Optics 2019.


27 June, 2019,

Congratulations to Narayan Bhusal! His work on "Artificial Neural Networks for Turbulence Correction of Structured Light" was accepted as a talk at Frontiers in Optics 2019.


14 July, 2019,

Aidan Lambert presented his experimental work on Light Identification using Artificial Neural Networks in the LSU conference for Research Experience for Undergraduates (REU) (SURF) Summer Undergraduate Research Forum.