Welcome to Hosseini Lab
The central theme of our group research is the light-atom interaction and its role in quantum optical communication and sensing. Our research directions include 1) cooperative interaction of light with periodic arrays of ions in nano- or micro-photonic structures, 2) quantum light generation and storage using atoms in cryogenic solids or room-temperature atoms, 3) enhanced sensing and imaging using optomechanical, quantum optical, and atomic systems.
Our group has recently moved to Northwestern University.
Please visit: https://www.hosseinilab.northwestern.edu/
We have Ph.D. and Postdoctoral positions for qualified applicants. Please reach out to Prof. Hosseini (mh(at)purdue.edu) with your CV if interested.
• Yisheng Lei, Faezeh Kimiaee, Tian Zhong, Alexander Kuzmich, Christoph Simon and Mahdi Hosseini, "Quantum Optical Memory for Entanglement Distribution", arXiv:2304.09397 (quant-ph) (2023).
• Trevor Kling and Mahdi Hosseini, "Characteristics of 1D ordered arrays of optical centers in solid-state photonics", J. of Physics: Photonics , 5, 024003, (2023).
• Hamza Ather, Haechan An, Hal Owens, Sami Alajlouni, Ali Shakouri and Mahdi Hosseini, "Quantum Sensing of Thermoreflectivity in Electronics", Phys. Rev. Appl. 19, 044040 (2023).
• Haechan An, Hal Owens, Hamza Ather, Ali Shakouri and Mahdi Hosseini, "Intensity instability and correlation in amplified multimode wave mixing", Scientific Reports, 12:14784 (2022).
• Dongmin Pak, Arindam Nandi, Michael Titze, Edward S. Bielejec, Hadiseh Alaeian and Mahdi Hosseini, “Long-range cooperative resonances in rare-earth ion arrays inside photonic resonators” Communications Physics, 5:89 (2022).