First installation, first victory

We are very happy to share with you that our key product eDelight, a source of highly indistinguishable photons, is now operating in Australia with high photon purity and emission rate of several MHz counts per second!

The group of Prof. Andrew White is the first group to purchase one of our eDelight devices. The team of Quandela carried the device to the University of Queensland and perfectly conducted the installation.
We are very happy to confirm that Quandela’s devices can be implemented in any laboratory and perform like a charm, even if it is across the world!

Prof. Andrew White is a pioneer in optical quantum technologies and we feel honored that our first device will serve his inspirational work.
We enjoyed our stay with his team and we are happy to hear about the exciting projects they have planned with their new device.

We are looking forward to seeing soon new results powered by Quandela!



[1] J. C. Loredo, et al., Boson Sampling with Single-Photon Fock States from a Bright Solid-State Source, Phys. Rev. Lett. 118, 135503 (2017).

We represented Quantum Photonics at Photonics Day

June 4th 2018 – Valérian Giesz (Cofounder CEO) was at the French Ministry of Economy at Photonics Day. With the support of Alain Aspect, he showed that Quantum Photonics is now a promising emerging industry and that Quandela is a leader in the manufacturing of bright single photon sources in the solid state.

Pascale Senellart elected as a Fellow Member 2018 of the Optical Society of America

Pascale Senellart, CNRS senior researcher at C2N and cofounder of Quandela, was elected as a Fellow Member 2018 of the Optical Society of America (OSA) during the CLEO conference about laser science and their applications in photonics, that took place in May 2018 at San Jose, California.

She was elected “for inventing in-situ optical lithography that couples quantum dots and optical cavities with nanometric precision, realising solid-state single and entangled photon sources of unsurpassed performance that are moving quantum optics towards a scalable future”.

Photo : Pascale Senellart-Mardon elected as Fellow Member 2018 by Ursula Gibson, OSA President-Elect © OSA

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