Optoelectronics/Quantum Devices


Research Highlights

Wiretap-proof quantum communication to become more cost-effective and practical

Two research projects on single photon sources started at TU Berlin.

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Quantum dot molecules at the heart of the future internet

The research group Optoelectronics and Quantum Devices will receive 1.8 million euros for their research as part of the BMBF's Quantum Repeater joint project.


OPTICA - Optics and Photonics News: Quantum Fluctuations and Lineshape Anomaly in Semiconductor Lasers

Article in Optics & Photonics News (OPN) about our publication A. Koulas-Simos et al. Laser Photon. Rev. 16, 2200086 (2022)

Cover Picture: Triggered Single-Photon Emission of Resonantly Excited Quantum Dots Grown on (111)B GaAs Substrate

released in physica status solidi (RRL) – Rapid Research Letters 8/2022

Gemeinsame Quantenforschung in Polen und Berlin

released article in "Cluster Optik und Photonik - Berlin Brandenburg"

AIP Scilight: A Quantum Key Distribution Testbed using a Plug & Play Telecom-wavelength Single-Photon Source

by T. Gao et al, Applied Physics Reviews 9, 011412 (2022) published as AIP Scilight: Quantum dot device provides single photons, a building block for future communication networks"

Visit of King Willem-Alexander and Queen Máxima to TU Berlin

The final day of the royal couple's state visit to the German capital focused on photonics

JPhys Photonics Highlights of 2020: Developing a photonic hardware platform for brain-inspired computing based on 5 × 5 VCSEL

by T. Heuser et al, J. Phys. Photonics 2 044002, 2020 selected for JPhys Photonics Highlights of 2020.

News From Our Research Group

New PhD student MSc. Martin Podhorský

We welcome Martin Podhorský to our team. Martin joined us in August 2023.

New PostDoc Dr. Alexander Kosarev

We welcome Dr Alexander Kosarev to our team. Alexander joined us in Jun 2023.

New PostDoc Dr. Priyabrata Mudi

We welcome Dr Priyabrata Mudi to our team. Priyabrata has been with us since April 2023.