Quantum Imaging Paris

We are an experimental quantum optics group in the Institute of Nanosciences of Paris at Sorbonne University, located in the center of Paris. We aim at exploring and harnessing quantum properties of light for applications in imaging and information processing. The group is led by Dr. Hugo Defienne, CNRS researcher.

Latest News!

June 2022: New publication in Nature Communications: Pixel super-resolution with entangled photons, with colleagues from University of Glasgow, EPFL and Princeton University.

Research interests

Quantum imaging

Harness quantum properties of light to improve performance of imaging systems and develop new modalities.

Complex quantum optics

Explore complex interactions between quantum light and disordered media for imaging, communication and computing.

Quantum cameras

Develop computational approaches to reveal quantum features of light using cameras.


Interested to explore quantum optics with us? Please contact:
hugo.defienne@insp.upmc.fr | +33 652656137