Professor of Physics The University of Queensland.
Program Manager Quantum Dot Quantum Computation
Director Centre for Laser Science, UQ
Halina has extensive experience and expertise in atom optics, laser micromanipulation, nano-optics, as well as in the development of ultra-sensitive linear and non-linear laser spectroscopic methods. She is a Director of the Centre for Biophotonics and Laser Science.
Halina leads quantum dot quantum computation program. In her role as a Program Manager with the Centre for Quantum Computer Technology she is overseeing the experimental program concerned with the development of a hybrid electro-optical quantum gate technology whereby the nonlinear interaction required for quantum gate operation is provided by a strong cavity quantum electrodynamical interaction between a single photon and a quantum dot “artificial atom”. The use of both nanocrystal quantum dots and fused silica microcavities allows for a potentially scalable technology, as well as a possible “bridging” technology between optical and electronic quantum circuits.
Centre for Quantum Computer Technology
The University of Queensland
St Lucia QLD 4072
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