In the blink of an eye: uOttawa team uses quantum of light to create new quantum simulator
Unravelling the Inner Structure of Neutron
2018 Schawlow-Townes Symposium on Photonics
Prof. Karimi received Ontario’s Early Researcher Award.
In their laboratory, professors Ebrahim Karimi and Robert Boyd, along with postdoctoral fellow Robert Fickler and PhD student Frédéric Bouchard, built the first cloning machine for complex quantum systems, namely, structured photons (the quantum of light).
SQO Group at the Photonics North --- Front: Yingwen Zhang, Hugo Larocque, Zohreh Hirbodvash, Fatimah Alsaiari, Alicia Sit, Robert Fickler, Mohammad Saliminabi --- Back: Ebrahim Karimi, Felix Hufnagel, Frédéric Bouchard, Aazad Abbas, Dominic Mortimer.
High-dimensional quantum cloning and applications to quantum hacking, Science Advances 3, e1601915 (2017).
SQO Group at the Schawlow-Townes symposium - Front: Zohreh Hirbodvash, Fatimah Alsaiari, Alicia Sit - Back: Ebrahim Karimi, Yingwen Zhang, Dominic Mortimer, Aazad Abbas, Jérémie Gagnon-Bischoff, Robert Fickler, Hugo Larocque, Frédéric Bouchard.
Vanier-Banting awards press conference: SQO team, Mona Nemer (Vice-President), and the honourable Kirsty Duncan (Minister of the Science).
Vanier-Banting awards press conference: SQO team, and the honourable Jane Philpott (Minister of the Health).
Vanier-Banting awards press conference: SQO team with Jacques Frémont (President of the University of Ottawa).
Ontario Research Fund (ORF) and Early Researcher Awards (ERA) press conference.
Catherine McKenna (Minister of the Environment and Climate Change), Ebrahim Karimi (Canada Research Chair in Structured Light).
SQO Group at the Photonics North --- Front: Fatimah Alsaiari, Alicia Sit, Yaron Silberberg, Sara Ducci --- Back: Robert Fickler, Jérémie Gagnon-Bischoff, Frédéric Bouchard, Hugo Larocque, Aazad Abbas, Ebrahim Karimi.