We study the probabilistic nature of quantum mechanics and its implications for sensing applications, such as optical imaging, interferometry, spectroscopy, magnetometry, optomechanical sensing, and gravitational-wave detection.

Our group is probably best known for pioneering the concept of quantum-inspired superresolution for incoherent imaging.

References on Quantum-Inspired Superresolution
Review Paper [Contemp. Phys. 60, 279 (2019); arXiv PDF]

We are housed in the Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering at the National University of Singapore. We are also affiliated with the Computational Nanoelectronics and Nanodevices Laboratory (CNNL) and the Department of Physics.

Before you ask, we are NOT affiliated with the Centre for Quantum Technologies.

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Principal Investigator