Prof Elanor H. Huntington

Professor of Engineering & Information Technology, UNSW Canberra
BSc (Hons 1 and Medal), PhD Australian National

Co-Program Manager

Centre for Quantum Computation & Communication Technology
Centre for Quantum Computation & Communication Technology
ANU College of Engineering and Computer Science
The Australian National University
Canberra ACT 0200
Australia

Email: e.huntington@adfa.edu.au
Tel: (02) 6268 8592

Biography

Elanor Huntington received her PhD in experimental quantum optics from the Australian National University in April 2000 after which she joined the University of New South Wales at the Australian Defence Force Academy (UNSW@ADFA).

Elanor’s most significant contributions have been to the field of experimental quantum optics. In particular, her recent work has specialised in high-speed measurement, control and generation of non-classical states. Non-classical states are used as an input to a variety of quantum technologies, and as such the ability to make, measure, and manipulate, such states with high precision and at high speeds is crucial. Prof Huntington’s group is internationally renowned for its prowess in the generation and measurement of gigahertz-speed quantum optical states and recent experimental results include world-record-breaking optical phase measurements, measurement of an unprecedented 12 teeth in a comb of squeezing, and Australia's first heralded, time-resolved measurement of non-classical states at telecommunications wavelengths

In addition to her responsibilities as the manager of the Hybrid Photonic Qubits program in CQC2T, Elanor is the Dean of the ANU College of Engineering and Computer Science.

Research

Prof Huntington is currently an active researcher in the area of quantum measurement and control for quantum information and communication systems. Prof Huntington’s group is internationally renowned for it’s prowess in the generation and measurement of gigahertz-speed quantum optical states. Prof Huntington’s recent experimental results include world-record-breaking optical phase measurements, measurement of an unprecedented 12 teeth in a comb of squeezing, and Australia's first heralded, time-resolved measurement of non-classical states at telecommunications wavelengths.

Centre Related Publications


Center Publications for Prof Elanor H. Huntington