IRL MAJULABInternational Research Laboratory between France and Singapore in Quantum Technologies, Quantum Computing, Photonics, Material Science
Creation date: 2014
Dr. Christian Miniatura
IRL MajuLab Website
Yianing Li, Mehedi Hasan and David Wilkowski, tuning the laser system for cold atom experiments. Credits: Singapore
Full view of the laser system for cold atom experiments. Credits: CQT, Singapore
Cloud of magneto-optically trapped Strontium atoms (blue spot). Credits: CQT, Singapore
The signing institutions of the IRL MajuLab are CNRS, Université Côte d’Azur, Sorbonne Université, National University of Singapore and Nanyang Technological University of Singapore. The IRL Majulab is currently directed by Dr Christian Miniatura (CNRS). It is one of the 75 IRL developed by the CNRS with strategic partners across the world and one of the 5 IRL in Singapore.
In Singapore, the historical partner labs are Centre for Quantum Technologies (NUS) and School of Physical and Mathematical Sciences (NTU).
In France, the historical partner labs are INPHYNI (UCA) and Laboratoire Kastler-Brossel (SU).
Mission and research themes
Mission: Bridge top researchers and labs of CNRS, UCA, SU, NUS and NTU into fruitful collaborative links and networks around selected topics in physics with a strong hold on quantum technologies.
Research Axes : Quantum Matter, Quantum Information, Quantum Computing, Quantum Devices and Materials.
MAIN projects of research
QuantAlgo – Quantum Algorithms (2018 -2021)
QND Measurement on Lattice Atom Interferometers with an Optical Clock Transition (2018-2021)
Energetics of fault tolerant quantum computation (2019-2021)
Visualizing Perovskite Growth to Unlock Optoelectronic Secrets (2020-2023)
Unconventional magnetism and magneto-transport in chiral metallic magnets (2020-2023)
Université de Bordeaux: LP2N
Université Cergy Pontoise: LPTM
Yale-NUS: Science Division