New Team Members

New Team Members Welcome Matthew Filipovich, Kaden Bearne and Sasha Duplinskiy, who joined our group over the spring and summer!

2022

M. K. Kurmapu, V. V. Tiunova, E. S. Tiunov, M. Ringbauer, C. Maier, R. Blatt, T. Monz, A. K. Fedorov and A. I. Lvovsky Reconstructing complex states of a 20-qubit quantum simulator arXiv:2208.04862     James Spall, Xianxin Guo and A. I. Lvovsky Hybrid training of optical neural networks Optica 9, 803 (2022)     […]

Media 2022

The Guardian, October 3, 2022 Physics puzzles for smart students     N+1, June 30, 2022 Неневидимое Физик Александр Львовский — о том, как заглянуть за предел дифракции    

Good Luck

Good Luck Congratulations to Jose da Costa and Anastasiia Pushkina who successfully defended their doctoral theses at Oxford! Nastia joined Atomionics in Singapore and Jose went to Harvard as a postdoc. Good luck Nastia and Jose!

Publication in Physical Review Letters

Publication in Physical Review Letters Our work on overcoming the diffraction limit in imaging without resorting to near-field or nonlinear techniques is published in Physical Review Letters https://bit.ly/33Rjl1b

New Member of Oxford Group

New Member of Oxford Group We are happy to announce that Mert Esencan joined the Oxford group as DPhil Student. Welcome Mert!

Media 2021

Радио Маяк, программа “Физики и лирики”, July 26, 2021 ФИЗИКА. КВАНТОВЫЕ ПАРАДОКСЫ: ПОЧЕМУ НАМ ТАК ИНТЕРЕСНА СУДЬБА КОТА ШРЕДИНГЕРА    

2021

A. A. Pushkina, G. Maltese, J. I. Costa-Filho, P. Patel and A. I. Lvovsky Superresolution Linear Optical Imaging in the Far Field Physical Review Letters 127, 253602 (2021)     Stepan Makarenko, Dmitry Sorokin, Alexander Ulanov and A. I. Lvovsky Aligning an optical interferometer with beam divergence control and continuous action space arXiv:2107.04457     Arsen Kuzhamuratov, Dmitry […]

New Member

New Member of Oxford Group Jernej Frank joined the Oxford group as an Early-Stage Researcher supported by the Marie Curie Innovative Training Network http://appqinfo-itn.eu/

Hermite-Gaussian Microscopy

Hermite-Gaussian Microscopy We have developed a microscope that overcomes the diffraction limit without any interaction with the object. arXiv:2105.01743