Agile teams that unite the best of academia
Scientific Advisory Board
Ernst M. Rasel
Research Director emeritus CNRS, laboratoire Kastler Brossel, ENS, Paris
Technical manager, IOGS
Coordinator of Quantum Delta NL CAT3, Visiting Professor IOGS, Editor-in-Chief of AIP-AVS Quantum Science
Head of Quantum Inertial Sensors R&D at Exail Quantum Systems
Professor of Computer Science. Head of the CRYPTIS team in the CNRS XLIM laboratory at the University of Limoges.
Security of cryptographic schemes based on ECC with a focus on the rank metric.
Team member of the following submissions to the NIST Post-Quantum Standardization process :
BIKE, HQC, ROLLO, and RQC.
Teamwork makes the dream job (ils nous rejoignent)
Develops the continuous training platform houko.academy by Naquidis.
Advanced atomic gradiometry in an optical cavity (LP2N - Benjamin Canuel)
Nonlinear-optical methods of microscopy, fiber endoscopy, fiber non-linearity, ultrafast optics, femtosecond technologies (Naquidis - Xlim)
Focus on topological invariants of quantum phases, and their potential uses for quantum algorithms and quantum corrective codes (LaBRI - Combinatorics and Algorithms)
Fibre-optic laser sources at short wavelengths for quantum applications
The steering committee includes the founders of NAQUIDIS Center, represented by the Vice-President for Research of the Conseil Régional Nouvelle-Aquitaine, the Vice-Presidents in charge of Research, Innovation or Technology Transfer of the Universities of Bordeaux and Limoges, the Deputy Director of the INP/CNRS, ALPHA-RLH's General Manager and IOGS’s General Manager.