Dr. Nadia Belabas is a member of the Toniq group at the C2N-CNRS. She is an expert in semiconductor nanophotonics as well as ultrafast, nonlinear and quantum optics. She developed a strong expertise in juggling information in the frequency domain via non-linear processes through her early work on pulse-shaping, Fourier transform and multidimensional spectroscopy and recently developed a new research axis in integrated guided light
manipulation, opening prospects in classical and quantum-integrated nanophotonics. She pioneered a novel approach, benefiting from a conceptual parallel between engineering the inter-waveguide coupling in optical waveguide arrays and gap-engineered semiconductor quantum wells and superlattices. Her current interest lies in quantum light management on chip and multipartite entanglement both in the continuous and discrete variable domain. Her quantum information and communication projects involve integrated lithium niobate or semiconductor solutions for quantum states generation and manipulation.
Research activity : Multipartite Quantum Information - MaQI