Michał Parniak-Niedojadło, PhD
phone: +48 22 55 43786
Dr Michał Parniak-Niedojadło is a junior group leader in the Centre for Quantum Optical Technologies QOT. His research interests cover a range of topics in quantum optics, such as single photon detection, optical quantum information processing and communication, atomic ensembles, nonlinear optics and quantum optomechanics. Within QOT he develops experimental implementations of quantum protocols designed by the theory groups, and maintains close experimental collaboration with prof. Wojciech Wasilewski (QOT) and prof. Eugene Polzik (Niels Bohr Institute, University of Copenhagen). His most significant scientific achievements include demonstrating superresolution in imaging using two-photon interference, demonstration of the record-breaking quantum memory in terms of its capacity, and demonstration of first entanglement of macroscopic spin and mechanical systems.
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