Physics Department

University College Cork

Moving to OIST Graduate University, Japan from 1st October 2012. 




Physics Dept., University College Cork, College Road, Cork.  
Tel: 353-(0)21-4902373
Fax: 353-(0)21-4904880
Tyndall National Institute, Prospect Row, Cork
Tel: 353-(0)21-4904864
Fax: 353-(0)21-4904880




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NEWS
August 2012  - Group web page has moved.
This page is no longer maintained.   We are moving to Okinawa Institute of Science and Technology Graduate University from 1st October 2012.   You can find our new web pages here

July 2012
Danny Riordan and Alan Curtis join the group for undergraduate projects during the Summer.

April 2012
Eugen Prel commences an MSc in the group.

January 2012
The group continues to expand with the recent recruitments of Drs. Giang Truong, VB Tiwari and Yong Yang.


October 2011
Ravi Kumar, Ramgopal Madugani and Aili Maimaiti join the group for PhD studies funded through the OIST-UCC Research Agreement.

Eugen Prel from Aalen in Germany joins the group for a 5-month degree project.




OLD NEWS



October 2007
Left to right:  Síle Nic Chormaic, Vladimir Minogin, Danny Gleeson, Thejesh Bandi Nagabhushan, Jonathan Ward, Dipankar Das, Michael Morrissey, Kieran Deasy,and Yuqiang Wu.

Welcome to the homepage of the Quantum Optics Group, Physics Department, University College Cork and Tyndall National Institute.  The group was founded in September 2003 to investigate interactions between cold atomic systems and micro-optics with funding from Science Foundation Ireland and OIST.  Additional funding from IRCSET has permitted the group to expand.   The group is led by Dr. Síle Nic Chormaic and is contributing to advances in quantum technologies using cold atoms, optical nanofibres and microcavities.  

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