Research Overview

Faraon Lab develops nano-photonic quantum technologies for devices that operate close to the fundamental limit of light-matter interaction. Quntum photonics applications include on-chip optical quantum memories, single optically-addressable quantum bits, quantum conversion of photons in different bands of the electromagnetic spectrum. Classical nano-photonics applications include micron-thick optical devices for free-space optics, ultra-fast optical beam steering, ultra-compact microscopy

Research Topics:

Quantum Nano-Photonic Devices based on Rare-Earth-Doped Crystals

Flat Optics

Funding

NSF, DARPA, AFOSR, DOE, Samsung, Northrop-Grumman, JPL

Facilities

Our labs are located in Steele 212 & 214