The group is lucky enough to welcome two King’s Undergraduate Research Fellows into the group this Summer. Coco is working on our public engagement project Seeing the Unthinkable, and Seraphine is exploring the potential to build hybrid nanoparticle control platforms.
We are pleased to share our work on event-based imaging of levitated nanoparticles! We believe this is an exciting new technology to leverage in the study of levitated systems, particularly for the study of multiple particles. It’s particularly gratifying that this work involves three generations of Masters students, and well done to Yugang for doing the work in the lab to get the paper into a publishable form.
You can read the paper here: Event-Based Imaging of Levitated Microparticles
We were interviewed about our collaboration with artist Steven Claydon by Stephanie Reed, you can read the article here: King’s Artists project combines quantum physics and art to explore the invisible.
We were very fortunate to have Ruvi Lecamwasam from the Quantum Machines group at OIST visit us for a week. We put him to work on our Event Camera project!
(L-R) Katie, James S, James M, Yanhui & Yugang had an incredible week at their first community conference, in Benasque (Spain). James M presented the impressive results from our group, and we made many new friends and collaborators.
Jingjing Zhai has joined our team to administer our network grant LeviNet. We are very glad to have her with us!
We were happy to have Lucas Mendicino visit our group from the Quantum Foundations and Information group at the University of Buenos Aires. We put him to work on our public ion trap project, and he didn’t electrocute himself!
James gave a talk for World Quantum Day 2022 at King’s College London, setting the scene for many quantum technologists to inspire our wide audience.
We are looking for a Postdoc to work on our levitated electromechanics experiments, click here to see details and apply.