Quantum Repeater Technology Program

A quantum repeater is a device that can faithfully relay quantum information and extend quantum communication range. The Quantum Repeater Technology Program, led by Professor Ping Koy Lam based at The Australian National University in Canberra, aims to integrate quantum components into a single platform to demonstrate the operation of a quantum repeater. The program looks at realising quantum amplification, quantum resource distillation and quantum processes essential to the operation of a quantum repeater and develop precise and optimal architecture for a quantum repeater system.

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People

Prof. Ping Koy  Lam

Prof. Ping Koy Lam

Program Manager
Mr. Hao  Jeng

Mr. Hao Jeng

PhD Student
Dr. Jiayi  Qin

Dr. Jiayi Qin

Research Fellow
Ms. Jie  Zhao

Ms. Jie Zhao

PhD Student
Mr. Jinyong  Ma

Mr. Jinyong Ma

PhD Student
Mr. Lorcan  Conlon

Mr. Lorcan Conlon

PhD Student
Mr. Mark  Bradshaw

Mr. Mark Bradshaw

PhD Student
Dr. Syed M. Assad

Dr. Syed M. Assad

Senior Research Fellow
Mr. Thibault  Michel

Mr. Thibault Michel

PhD Student
Mr. Tobias  Vogl

Mr. Tobias Vogl

PhD Student
A. Prof. Yuerui  Lu

A. Prof. Yuerui Lu

Associate Professor

Featured publications

Entanglement properties of a measurement-based entanglement distillation experiment H Jeng, S Tserkis, JY Haw, HM. Chrzanowski, J Janousek, TC. Ralph, PK Lam, and SM. Assad Phys. Rev. A, 99, 042304 (2019)
Radiation tolerance of two-dimensional material-based devices for space applications Tobias Vogl, Ben C. Buchler, Ping Koy Lam, et al. Nature Communications, 10, 1202 (2019)
Fabrication of ultrahigh-precision hemispherical mirrors for quantum-optics applications Daniel B. Higginbottom, Geoff T. Campbell, Gabriel Araneda, Fengzhou Fang, Yves Colombe, Ben C. Buchler & Ping Koy Lam Scientific Reports, Volume 8, Article number: 221 (2018)
Fabrication and Deterministic Transfer of High-Quality Quantum Emitters in Hexagonal Boron Nitride Tobias Vogl, Geoff Campbell, Ben C. Buchler, Yuerui Lu, Ping Koy Lam ACS Photonics, 56, 2305-2312 (2018)
Multiparameter optimisation of a magneto-optical trap using deep learning A. D. Tranter, H. J. Slatyer, M. R. Hush, A. C. Leung, J. L. Everett, K. V. Paul, P. Vernaz-Gris, P. K. Lam, B. C. Buchler & G. T. Campbell Nature Communications, 9, 4360 (2018)
High-performance Raman memory with spatio-temporal reversal Pierre Vernaz-Gris, Aaron D. Tranter, Jesse L. Everett, Anthony C. Leung, Karun V. Paul, Geoff T. Campbell, Ping Koy Lam, and Ben C. Buchler Optics Express, 26, 12424 (2018)
Ultimate precision of joint quadrature parameter estimation with a Gaussian probe Mark Bradshaw, Ping Koy Lam, and Syed M. Assad Phys. Rev. A, 97, 012106 (2018)
Time-reversed and coherently enhanced memory: A single-mode quantum atom-optic memory without a cavity J. L. Everett, P. Vernaz-Gris, G. T. Campbell, A. D. Tranter, K. V. Paul, A. C. Leung, P. K. Lam, and B. C. Buchler Phys. Rev. A, 98, 063846 (2018)
Violation of Bell’s Inequality Using Continuous Variable Measurements O Thearle, J Janousek, S Armstrong, S Hosseini, M Schünemann, S Assad, T Symul, MR. James, E Huntington, TC Ralph, PK Lam
Phys. Rev. Lett., 120, 040406 (2018)
Integrated photonic platform for quantum information with continuous variables F Lenzini, J Janousek, O Thearle, M Villa, B Haylock, S Kasture, L Cui, H Phan, D Viet, H Yonezawa, PK Lam, EH Huntington, M Lobino Science Advances, 4, eaat9331 (2018)