Scientists develop technique capable of measuring time delays with zeptosecond (a trillionth of a billionth of a second) resolution.
Griffith University is among a select of group universities chosen to conduct joint research with US universities on priority defence projects.
Griffith University is part of a worldwide scientific experiment that will test the laws of quantum physics – and you’re invited! Tomorrow (November 30) the ‘BIG Bell Test: worldwide quantum experiments powered by human randomness’ aims to conduct a series of quantum experiments in labs around the world that, for the first time, will be […]
Ben Norton, from the Kielpinski group in the Centre for Quantum Dynamics,takes out the runner-up prize in the CiSRA Extreme Imaging Competition following extensive work on high resolution imaging. Run by Canon Australia and CiSRA, Canon Inc.’s Australian research centre, the Extreme Imaging competition aims to promote and celebrate local research at the intersection of […]
The revolutionary solutions offered by quantum computing are under the spotlight as Griffith’s Dr Erik Streed is named in the 2011 Queensland Young Tall Poppy Science Awards Dr Erik Streed is a researcher at Griffith University’s Centre for Quantum Dynamics and a lecturer at its School of Biomolecular and Physical Sciences. His work focuses on […]
In a paper published this week in the top international physics journal Nature Physics, the research team at the University’s Centre for Quantum Dynamics performed a series of new experiments on pairs of entangled particles, inspired by Einstein’s old idea, which he termed “spooky action at a distance”. Entangled particles are a key resource for […]