Photon is an essential medium for next-generation quantum technology. In this topic, we aim to realize high-resolution quantum imaging and photonic information translation, which is impossible by classical optical, based on the actual photon fabrication and control technology, and to develop related photonics theories. "Quantum imaging" is an important research area in quantum optics. The spatial correlation of photons in highly entangled photonic states can be used to improve imaging resolution.
Another key objective is to translate photonic information accurately. Photonic quantum information can be broadly categorized as "static" and "dynamic," and in the general use of quantum technology, whether it is dynamic or static quantum information, operated in a chip or transmitted in free space, the photon must ultimately be read, and the photon properties must be translated into the mission indicators. Signals are relied on for specific quantum tasks, such as quantum communication, quantum computing, quantum metrology, and imaging.
In addition, we will develop novel photonic information translation principles and accurately translate NISQT photonic information, including photonic state tomography, photonic dynamics tomography, photonic unidirectional quantum computation tomography, and photonic quantum teleportation and key distribution tomography on the existing single-photon source and multiphoton entanglement platforms. This unique theme extends to quantum metrology and related cross-domain collaborations. It has many applications in high- dimensional quantum photonic state fabrication and manipulation in quantum information, which are expected to have significant impacts.