Joshua Nunn

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Joshua Nunn obtained his Ph.D. from the University of Oxford in 2009 where he stayed as a departmental lecturer until 2013. After a visiting fellowship at the National Research Council of Canada, he returned to Oxford as a Royal Society University Research Fellow working on coherent light-matter interactions and optical storage in crystals and atomic vapors for applications in photonic quantum information processing, communications, and metrology. He is now a Reader in Photonics at the Centre for Photonics and Photonic Materials at the University of Bath, and runs the Photonics workpackage of the EPSRC Networked Quantum Information Technologies Hub.


A Solid Footing for a Quantum Repeater

Crystals with rare-earth ions could lead to quantum repeaters that enable secure quantum communications over long distances. Read More »