Constantine Quantum Technologies

Collaborative research group

We intend to understand quantum systems and mimic their properties on classical and quantum simulators.

Supported by the African Research Initiative for Scientific Excellence (ARISE).

Research

Quantum Optics
Cold atoms can be used to study the quantum behavior of light. The process of absorption and collective emission of photons is at the heart of several emerging physical phenomena. Clouds of cold atoms subjected to a light field of low intensity are an ideal tool to study them.
Quantum Optics
Topological Quantum Computing
Topological Quantum Computing aims at achieving fault-tolerant quantum computing at the hardware level. It makes use of two-dimensional quasi-particles called “Anyons” to encode qubits.
Topological Quantum Computing
Quantum Programming
Quantum programming languages allow us to communicate with quantum hardware without directly programming them. Either by using these languages or by improving them, we can be active contributors to the field.
Quantum Programming
Quantum Simulation
Quantum mechanical systems cannot be efficiently simulated on classical computers. We can, however, simulate one quantum system using a different quantum system that can be controlled to behave as the first one. Cold atoms are one of these controllable systems that can be used for quantum simulation.
Quantum Simulation

Partners

African Academy of Sciences

AAS

African Union

AU

European Union

EU

University of Constantine I

UC1

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