The Centre for Quantum Optical Technologies (QOT) aims to explore quantum phenomena, such as superpositions and entanglement, in optical and optically controlled system, with the long-term prospects of their practical utilization. In the long-term, the outcomes of this research are expected to be used in practice and translated, for example, into more sensitive sensors or safer communication methods. The Centre has been established in partnership with the University of Oxford under the International Research Agenda Programme operated by the Foundation for Polish Science and is hosted by the Centre of New Technologies, an interdisciplinary scientific unit of the University of Warsaw focused on research and technology development.
Director: Prof. Konrad Banaszek
Director for Scientific Affairs: Lidia Tańska, PhD
Head of Intellectual Property / Technology Officer: Cezary Samojłowicz, PhD Eng
Senior Scientist: Michał Jachura, PhD
Senior Engineer: Bożena Koziarska-Glinka, PhD Eng
IT Specialist: Katarzyna Balkiewicz, MSc Eng
Engineering Technician: Tomasz Kowalczyk, Eng
Senior Grant Management: Agata Jabłońska, MSc Eng
Promotion/Administrative Assistant: Anna Sobczak, MSc Eng
Research and technical specialist: Anna Długołęcka, MSc Eng
Financial support: 34 999 430,00 PLN
The Centre offers career opportunities for researchers at all stages, from undergraduate students to group leaders.