IQOL pursues theoretical and experimental investigations of quantum and electromagnetic phenomena in superconducting micro-to-nano scale structures to advance optoelectronic, mm-wave/THz and photonic devices and systems. The group aims to develop theoretical foundations, design methodologies, device/system level synthesis, and characterization techniques in order to create superconductive quantum devices for applications that include ultrafast communications and quantum information processing and bio-nanotechnology.

Professor Majedi Hamed's research interests and activities span engineering and physics of solid state quantum electrodynamics with an emphasis on superconducting optoelectronics, photonic and mm-wave/THz devices and systems for emerging applications in quantum information processing, nanophotonics and nanoelectronics. See more current/past projects.