Tommaso Lunghi (ER2)

TommasoHired at CNRS UMR 7336, Université Nice Sophia AntipolisCNRS

Duration: 1 January 2015-31 December 2015

Research project: Integrated quantum relay and on-demand photon-number states generation chips


Short profile

Master’s degree in Physics at the university of Pisa
Master thesis at the “Laboratorio NEST”, Scuola Normale Superiore:
Title:Observation of antibunching emission from lateral p-n junction
PhD at university of Geneva, Group of Applied Physics with Hugo Zbinden as a supervisor.
Title: Protocol and devices for practical quantum information processing
Development of readout circuits for single photon detectors (SPAD) based on semiconductor materials and metrological characterizations of SPAD efficiency using a novel radiometer based on Erbium-doped fiber.
Implementation of a bit commitment protocol and realization of a quantum-random number generator able to continuously monitor the quality of the outputted random string (self-testing QRNG).

Oral conference contributions and Posters

T. Lunghi, Invited Talk. “Precise control of the index profile of SPE channel waveguides.” International workshop of Modern Nanotechnologies, Institute of Natural Sciences UrFU, 27-29 August 2015, Ekaterinburg, Russia