Quebec’s MEIE Research Chair in quantum photonics
INRS, Énergie Matériaux Télécommunications Research Centre
The research expertise built over the years spans three axes: (i) entanglement generation and detection, (ii) quantum sensing and imaging, (iii) engineering and applications of structured light.
At the INRS, his research focuses on exploiting the multi-dimensional properties of photons for communication, imaging and sensing purposes to advance scientific research and commercial innovation.
In particular, he is interested in the development of quantum-enabled microscopes, high-bandwidth quantum communication protocols, and quantum-enabled remote sensors.
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