Marina Radulaski

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Marina Radulaski is an assistant professor of electrical and computer engineering at the University of California, Davis, where she leads the Quantum Nanophotonics Laboratory. She obtained a PhD in applied physics from Stanford University followed by the Stanford Nano- and Quantum Science and Engineering Postdoctoral Fellowship. Her research interests encompass light and matter interactions at the nanoscale and interdisciplinary connections between quantum platforms. Radulaski is a recipient of the AFOSR YIP Award in 2023, the Google Research Scholar Award in 2022, and the NSF CAREER Award in 2021.


A Double Take on Unconventional Photon Blockade

Two separate groups have demonstrated a photon blockade effect that could be used to make practical single-photon emitters. Read More »


Spin-Interaction Studies Take on a New Dimension

Studies of how a nitrogen-vacancy center’s spin interacts with a surrounding 2D layer of spins could lead to new platforms for quantum metrology and simulation. Read More »