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Quantum State Generation in Optical Frequency Combs for Quantum Computing

AUTHOR BIOGRAPHIES
Yanbing Zhang is an early career
researcher working in nonlinear optics,
quantum photonics and fiber lasers.

Piotr Roztocki is pursuing his PhD
at the INRS-EMT. He is interested in
applied and fundamental research in
the fields of nonlinear, integrated, and
quantum optics.

Christian Reimer is an early career
physicist working on integrated nonlinear
optics with a focus on the generation
of entangled quantum states, as well as
classical and quantum optical frequency
combs and mode-locked lasers.

Stefania Sciara is a PhD student
at INRS-EMT. Her research focuses
on the theoretical investigation of
complex optical entangled quantum
states, finalized to their experimental
implementation.

Dr. Michael Kues is an early
career physicist specialized in optics.
His research focuses on exploring
new physical concepts in integrated
photonics systems for optical quantum
information processing.

Professor David Moss is Director
of the Center for Microphotonics at
Swinburne University in Melbourne,
Australia, leading research programs
in a wide variety of areas including
integrated nonlinear nanophotonics,
telecommunications, quantum optics,
biophotonics, renewable energy and others. He received
a B.Sc. in physics from the University of Waterloo,
Canada, and a Ph.D. in nonlinear optics from the
University of Toronto, Canada, in 1988. From 1988-92,
he was with the National Research Council of Canada
at the Institute for Microstructural Sciences in Ottawa
working on III-V optoelectronic devices. From 1992-4
he was a Senior Visiting Scientist at the Hitachi Central
Research Laboratories, Tokyo, Japan, working on highspeed optoelectronic devices. From 1994-8, he was a
Senior Research Fellow at the Optical Fiber Technology
Center, University of Sydney, Australia. From 98 to
2003 he was a Manager at JDS Uniphase, Ottawa,
Canada, leading a team developing products for 40Gb/s
telecommunications systems. From 2003-13 he was with
the University of Sydney and the Centre for Ultra-high
Bandwidth Devices for Optical Systems (CUDOS) working
on ultrahigh bandwidth optical signal processing nonlinear
nanophotonic devices. He has about 600 journal and
conference papers including a Nature, Science, 6 Nature
Photonics and 4 Nature Communications papers. He
won the 2011 Australian Museum Eureka Science Prize
and Google Australia Award for innovation in computer
science. He has been active on many conference
committees, including General Chair of OSA Integrated
Photonics Research (IPR) in in New Orleans (2017). He
is a Fellow of the IEEE Photonics Society and Fellow of the
Optical Society of America.
Roberto Morandotti, professor at
INRS-EMT since 2008, has broad
experience in the field of photonics,
ranging from the fabrication of integrated
devices to the use of state-of-the-art
optical characterization techniques. He
pioneered the realization of integrated
classical and quantum frequency combs. He is a Fellow
of the Royal Society of Canada, of the American Physical
Society, of the Optical Society of America, of the SPIE and
of the Institute of Physics (UK), among others.

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