Sergey Kulik

Sergey Kulik graduated from Moscow State University (MSU) in 1986. He subsequently obtained his masters (1986), Ph.D. (1991), and habilitation degree (2001) at the Department of Quantum Radio-Physics (currently Department of Quantum Electronics). At present he is a full professor at the Faculty of Physics of MSU. He has published more then 90 papers in international scientific journals and organized several international workshops on quantum information science. His research interests cover experimental quantum optics and quantum information processing with multidimensional systems and application of entangled states to spectroscopy.

Sergey Kulik Published September 10, 2012

Optics | Biological Physics

Measurements with live retinal rod cells reveal their capacity for detecting the statistical properties of different light sources.