Home Page of Adam Miranowicz
Home Page of Adam Miranowicz
"If doing mathematics or science is looked upon
as a game, then one might say that
in mathematics you
compete against yourself or other mathematicians;
in
physics your adversary is nature and the stakes are higher."
"Jeśli zajmowanie się matematyką lub nauką
potraktować jako grę, to można powiedzieć, że
w matematyce
konkuruje się ze sobą lub innymi matematykami,
a w fizyce
przeciwnikiem jest przyroda i [dlatego] stawka jest wyższa."
[Mark Kac, "Enigmas of chance"]
 Affiliation

Nonlinear Optics Division,
Institute of Spintronics and Quantum Information,
Faculty of Physics,
Adam Mickiewicz University (AMU),
Poznań,
Poland
 Contact

Prof. zw. dr hab. Adam Miranowicz,
Zakład Optyki Nieliniowej, Wydział Fizyki,
Uniwersytet im. Adama Mickiewicza,
ul. Umultowska 85, 61614 Poznań, Poland
Room: 280/F6
Email: miran@amu.edu.pl
 My profiles at:

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ResearchPortal (Omega PsiR, Baza Wiedzy UAM)
ORCID
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LinkedIn
Polska Bibliografia Naukowa (PBN, Polish Scientific Bibliography)
 Scientific ancestry

I consider an honor to acknowledge here my great teachers (listed
chronologically):
 Prof. Stanisław Kielich
  a laureate of
the Smoluchowski Medal (Medal
Mariana Smoluchowskiego) in
1993 [click
here to
read some of papers by Prof. Kielich]
 Prof. Ryszard Tanaś
  a laureate of the
Rubinowicz Award in 2005
 Prof. Stephen Mark Barnett
  a
laureate of the Maxwell Medal in 1994
 Research interests

I have been doing research in the following interrelated research
fields: quantum optics, quantum information (including
linearoptical quantum information processing), cavity quantum
electrodynamics (QED), circuit QED (with superconducting quantum
circuits), microwave photonics, quantum cryptography, quantum
dissipative engineering, nonHermitian quantum mechanics,
classical nonlinear optics, quantum optomechanics, NMR
spectroscopy, and nanoscience (with quantum dots and quantum
wells). I am a theoretician, but I closely collaborate with
experimentalists on linear quantum optics and NMR spectroscopy. In
particular, I studied: fundamental tests of quantum mechanics,
quantumtoclassical transitions, optical and solidstate
implementations of quantum gates, quantum entanglement, quantum
nonlocality (via Bell inequalities), detection of nonclassicality
of optical fields, generation of Schrödinger cat states,
generation of nonclassical light, photon antibunching, cavity
light squeezing, spin squeezing, photon and phonon blockade
effects, exceptional points, coherence and decoherence control,
quantum cloning, quantum phase problem, Raman scattering, and
paradoxes of quantum physics. More specifically:
 Quantum state engineering with light and atoms

Generation and manipulation of the states of light interacting
with natural and artificial atoms, including quantum dots,
superconducting qubits in optical, superconducting and
nanomechanical resonators. Quantum state and process tomography.
Photon and phonon blockades (opticalstate truncation methods).
Conditional photoncount measurements.
 Nanoscience

Entangled networks of quantum dots in microcavities. Quantum
operations (including quantum gates and tomography) of
semiconductor quantum wells using NMR methods. Quantum limits of
nanomechanical resonators. Hybrid nanosystems.
 Quantum information processing and quantum cryptography

Solidstate implementations of quantum computers and cryptosystems
based on quantum dots and cavity QED. Teleportation protocols.
 Nonclassical light

Generation of quantum light with the reduced quantum noise
(subPoissonian, antibunched and squeezed light). Generation of
quantum superpositions of macroscopically distinct states
(Schrödinger cats and kittens). Interaction of quantumoptical
fields with nonlinear media. Photon statistics. Photon blockade
and phonon blockade.
 Quantum entanglement and nonlocality

Criteria, measures, and paradoxes of quantum entanglement and Bell
nonlocality for twoqubit systems. Spatial and temporal quantum
steering.
 Phase problem, coherence, and decoherence

Quantum phase properties of nonlinear optical phenomena within
various approaches, including the PeggBarnett, GarrisonWong and
phasespace formalisms. Coherence control. Systems preserving or
enhancing coherence.
 Quantum mechanics in finite dimensions

Generalized harmonicoscillator states in finitedimensional
Hilbert spaces. Analysis of their properties and possibilities of
generation.
 Quantum vs classical descriptions of nonclassical phenomena

General criteria and measures of nonclassical fields:
GlauberSudarshan quasidistribution; nonclassical depth, volume,
and distance; a unified description of nonclassicality and
entanglement. Classical trajectories.
 Raman scattering

Theoretical approach to quantumstatistical theories of Raman
scattering processes within standingwave models.
 NonHermitian quantum mechanics
 General formalism and paradoxes.
Nogo theorems. Hermitization of NonHermitian Hamiltonians via
the Vielbein formalism. Einstein's quantum elevator. PTsymmetric
systems. Exceptional points.
[in Polish] Prowadzę badania w zakresie: optyki kwantowej,
informacji kwantowej (w tym liniowooptycznego kwantowego
przetwarzania informacji), elektrodynamiki kwantowej (QED)
rezonatorów i obwodów elektrycznych, fotoniki mikrofalowej,
kryptografii kwantowej, kwantowej inżynierii dyssypacyjnej,
niehermitowskiej mechaniki kwantowej, klasycznej optyki
nieliniowej, kwantowej optomechaniki, spektroskopii NMR oraz
nanonauki (w oparciu o kropki kwantowe i studnie kwantowe). Prace
moje obejmują: fundamentalne badania mechaniki kwantowej,
przejście ze świata kwantowego do klasycznego, optyczne i
półprzewodnikowe implementacje bramek kwantowych, splątanie
kwantowe, nielokalność kwantową (w oparciu o nierówności Bella),
detekcję nieklasyczności pól optycznych, generację stanów kota
Schrödingera, generację nieklasycznego światła, antygrupowanie
fotonów, ściskanie światła we wnękach, ściskanie spinowe, blokady
fotonów i fononów, punkty wyjątkowe, kontrolę koherencji i
dekoherencji, klonowanie kwantowe, problem fazy kwantowej,
rozpraszanie Ramana, paradoksy fizyki kwantowej itp.
 Publications
 Science Citation Index (SCI)
 Researcher
ID
 List of research stays
 List of lectures, talks and posters

I have been teaching physics, classical and quantum information
science at the Adam Mickiewicz University.
I have given about 115 lectures and talks at foreign universities
and institutes including: University of Rostock (Germany) (one
semester course on quantum information), Oxford University (UK),
Cambridge University (UK), Imperial College in London, Aalborg
University (Denmark), the Joint Institute for Nuclear Research
(JINR) in Dubna (Russia), Palacky University in Olomouc (Czech
Republic), Malaya University in Kuala Lumpur (Malaysia), Bilkent
University in Ankara (Turkey), University of Turku (Finland),
Institute Henri Poincaré in Paris (France), Fudan University in
Shanghai (China), Basque Country University in Bilbao (Spain), and
National Cheng Kung University in Tainan (Taiwan).
Moreover, in Japan: Tokyo University, Tokyo Institute of
Technology, Kyoto University, Osaka University, Osaka Kansai
University, Osaka National Research Institute, Niigata University,
Chuo University, Tokushima Bunri University, Kochi University,
Kochi University of Technology, NTT Basic Research Labs in Atsugi,
Institute of Particle and Nuclear Studies in Tsukuba,
Communication Research Labs in Tokyo, SOKENDAI University in
Hayama, Shibaura Institute of Technology in Omiya, and Institute
for Physical and Chemical Research RIKEN in Wakoshi (Saitama).
 Memberships in Physical Societies, Editorial Boards, and Scientific Networks:

 The Polish Physical Society
 The American Physical Society
 The American Nano Society
 Oxbridge Society of Poland
 Editorial Board of Frontiers
 Editorial Board of Advances in Applied Physics
 Editorial Board of Quantum Physics Letters
 Scientific Committee of the National Center for Quantum
Information Science (KCIK) in Gdańsk,
Poland.
 Polish Quantum Initiative (Polska Inicjatywa Kwantowa)
 consortium of eight leading research centers in Poland
conducting research in the field of broadly defined quantum
technologies and quantum computing. The signatories of this
initiative (consortium) are: University of Warsaw University,
University of Gdańsk, Centre for Theoretical Physics of the Polish
Academy of Sciences, Jagiellonian University, Nicholas Copernicus
University in University of Toruń, Adam Mickiewicz University in
Poznań, Wrocław University of Technology, and the Institute of
Physics of the Polish Academy of Sciences.
 Refereeing record

(i) Reviews of project proposals submitted to the following grant
agencies:
 European Research Council:
a member of an advancedgrant panel.
 Polish National Science Centre (Narodowe Centrum Nauki),
Kraków; I was reviewing proposals for the ST2 panel, which
includes basic components of matter: elementary particle physics,
nuclear physics, as well as plasma, atomic, molecular, gas, and
optical physics. (I was a member of an expert panel);
 Deutsche Forschungsgemeinschaft (DFG)  German Research
Foundation, Bonn;
 A*STAR Central Research Fund,
Science and Engineering Research Council, Singapore;
 FWF Austrian Science Fund, Vienna;
 FONDECYT, National Research Funding Competition, Chile.
(ii) Proposals or reports on candidates for awards:
 by the invitation of the Royal Swedish Academy of Sciences,
putting forward proposals for candidates for the Nobel Prize in
Physics in 2018 and 2021;

a reviewer of two candidates for the MacArthur fellowship (i.e.,
the MacArthur Fellows Program, MacArthur Fellowship, commonly but
unofficially known as a Genius Grant in 2018 and 2019;
(iii) Reviews of articles submitted to to the following journals:
(1) Acta Physica Polonica,
(2) Advanced Photonics Research,
(3) Advanced Physics Research,
(4) Advanced Quantum Technologies,
(5) Advanced Theory and Simulations,
(6) Advances in Astronomy,
(7) Advances in Mathematical Physics,
(8) Advances in Nonlinear Optics,
(9) Algorithms,
(10) Annalen der Physik,
(11) Annals of Mathematics and Physics,
(12) Annals of Physics,
(13) Applied Physics Letters,
(14) Applied Sciences,
(15) AppliedMath,
(16) Axioms,
(17) Bioengineering,
(18) Canadian Journal of Physics,
(19) Central European Journal of Physics,
(20) Chaos, Solitons & Fractals,
(21) Chinese Optics Letters,
(22) Chinese Physics B,
(23) Classical and Quantum Gravity,
(24) Communications Physics,
(25) Computation (MDPI),
(26) Computer Communications,
(27) Computers & Industrial Engineering,
(28) Electronics,
(29) Electronic Journal of Linear Algebra,
(30) Entropy,
(31) EPJ Quantum Technology,
(32) European Physical Journal B,
(33) European Physical Journal D,
(34) European Physical Journal Plus,
(35) Europhysics Letters (EPL),
(36) Frontiers in Physics,
(37) Frontiers in Psychology,
(38) IEEE Transactions on Computers,
(39) IEEE Transactions on Quantum Engineering,
(40) IET Quantum Communication,
(41) Indian Journal of Physics D (INJPD),
(42) International Journal for Light and Electron Optics,
(43) International Journal of Applied Mathematics and Computer Science (AMCS),
(44) International Journal of Applied Nonlinear Science (IJANS),
(45) International Journal of Engineering Mathematics and Physics (IJEMAPS),
(46) International Journal of Optics,
(47) International Journal of Quantum Information,
(48) International Journal of Theoretical Physics,
(49) International Laser Physics Journal,
(50) Journal of Applied Mathematics and Physics (JAMP),
(51) Journal of Electromagnetic Waves and Applications (JEWA),
(52) Journal of Modern Optics,
(53) Journal of Modern Physics,
(54) Journal of NonCrystalline Solids,
(55) Journal of Nonlinear Mathematical Physics,
(56) Journal of Optical Society of America B,
(56) Journal of Optics,
(58) Journal of Optics B: Quantum Semiclassical Optics,
(59) Journal of Physics A: Mathematical and General,
(60) Journal of Physics B: Atomic, Molecular & Optical Physics,
(61) Journal of Physics Communications,
(62) Journal of Physics Conf. Ser.,
(63) Journal of Quantum Information Science,
(64) Light: Science
Applications,
(65) Mathematics,
(66) Mathematical Problems in Engineering,
(67) Micromachines,
(68) Modern Physics Letters A,
(69) Modern Physics Letters B,
(70) Nanomaterials,
(71) Nature Communications,
(72) Nature Photonics,
(73) Nature Physics,
(74) New Journal of Physics,
(75) npj Quantum Information,
(76) Open Access Library Journal,
(77) Open Physics Journal,
(78) Open Systems & Information Dynamics,
(79) Optica,
(80) Optica Applicata,
(81) Optical and Quantum Electronics,
(82) Optical Review,
(83) Optics and Laser Technology,
(84) Optics Communications,
(85) Optics Express,
(86) Optics Letters,
(87) Optik  International Journal for Light and Electron Optics,
(88) Photonics,
(89) Photonics Research,
(90) Physica A,
(91) Physica Scripta,
(92) Physica Status Solidi B: Basic Solid State Physics (PSSB),
(93) Physical Review A,
(94) Physical Review B,
(95) Physical Review E,
(96) Physical Review X,
(97) Physical Review Applied,
(98) Physical Review Letters,
(99) Physical Review Research,
(100) Physics Letters A,
(101) Physics Research International,
(102) Precision Instrument and Mechanology,
(103) Proceedings of the Royal Society, part A (RSPA),
(104) Quantum,
(105) Quantum Information Processing,
(106) Quantum Reports,
(107) Quantum Studies: Mathematics and Foundations,
(108) Reports on Mathematical Physics,
(109) Results in Physics D (RINPD),
(110) Reviews in Physics,
(111) Science China: Physics, Mechanics & Astronomy,
(112) Scientific Reports,
(113) SPIE Proceedings,
(114) Symmetry,
(115) Ukrainian Journal of Physics.
(iii) Reports on theses and related works at:
 report in a professorship procedure at Copernicus University in Toruń
 report in a professorship procedure at the Institute of Physics
of the Polish Academy of Sciences in Warsaw
 reports on two habilitation theses at Gdańsk University
 report on a habilitation thesis at the Poznan University of Technology
 report on a habilitation thesis at Adam Mickiewicz University of Poznań
 chairman of three habilitation procedure commissions at Gdańsk
University
 reports on four doctoral theses at Warsaw University
 reports on two doctoral theses at Rostock University in Germany
 report on a doctoral thesis at Palacký University in Olomouc in Czech Republic
 report on a doctoral thesis at Copernicus University in Toruń
 report on a doctoral thesis at Zielona Góra University
 Experience in organizing conferences and workshops:

 Member of the Scientific Committee of Quantum Optics X to be held on 511 September
2021 in Toruń, Poland.
 Member of the Organizing Committee of the Fifth Poznań
Symposium on "Quantum Technologies, Nonlinear Optics, Magnonics,
and Metamaterials" (QuTecNOMM 2019), Poznań,
Poland 15.1015.11.2019.
 Member of the Organizing Committee of the World Congress On
Lasers, Optics And Photonics (Optics2019) in Barcelona,
Spain, September 2325, 2019.

Member of the Organizing Committee of the Fourth Poznań
Symposium on "Quantum Technologies, Nonlinear Optics, Magnonics,
and Metamaterials" (QuTecNOMM 2018), Poznań,
Poland 28.106.12.2018.
 Member of the International Scientific Committee of 21st
CzechPolishSlovak Optical Conference
on "Wave and Quantum Aspects of Contemporary Optics" in Lednice,
Czech Republic, September 37, 2018.
 Member of the Programme Committee of the 44 Congress of
Polish Physical Society
in Wrocław, Poland, September 1015, 2017.
 Member of the International Scientific Committee of the 20th
SlovakCzechPolish Optical Conference on Wave and Quantum
Aspects of Contemporary Optics
in Jasna in Slovakia, September 59, 2016.
 Member of the International Scientific Committee of the 19th
PolishSlovakCzech Optical Conference on Wave and Quantum
Aspects of Contemporary Optics
in Wojanow Palace in Poland, September, 812, 2014.

Coorganizer of the Third Poznań Symposium on Quantum
Engineering, Information, and Nonlinear Optics (QEINO 2013), Poznań,
Poland, October 1517, 2013.

Member of the Program Advisory Committee of the International
Workshop on Optical Quantum Information (A satellite
meeting of AQIS'13), Department of Physics and Materials Science
and Engineering Jaypee Institute of Information Technology, Noida,
India, September 12, 2013.

Member of the Scientific Committee of the Workshop on "Current
Problems in Physics", Zielona GóraLviv, September 2325, 2013.

Member of the International Scientific Committee of the 18th
CzechPolishSlovak Optical Conference on Wave and Quantum
Aspects of Contemporary Optics in
Ostravice in Czech Republic, September 37, 2012.

Coorganizer of the Second Poznan Workshop on Quantum
Engineering, Quantum Information, and SemiQuantum Biology (QEIB
2012),
Poznań, Poland, October 1618, 2012.
 Main organizer of the First JapanesePolish Workshop on
Quantum Entanglement and Quantum Computing,
Poznań, Poland, September 26, 2008.
 Member of the Organizing Committee of the International Seminar on
Nonlinear and Quantum Optics in Poznań, Poland, May 2325,
1995.
 Recent awards and grants:

 2019

The Rubinowicz Scientific Award of the Polish Physical Society in
2019 "for the development of new theoretical and experimental
methods of generation, control, and detection of quantum states of
single photons." ("za opracowanie nowych teoretycznych i
doświadczalnych metod generacji, kontroli i detekcji stanów
kwantowych pojedynczych fotonów.")
 2020

Grant Maestro
of the Polish National Science Centre (NCN) (20202025).
 2022
 Prime Minister Award
"for pioneering scientific research results on the foundations of
quantum technologies" ("za pionierskie wyniki badań naukowych
nad podstawami technologii kwantowych").
 My students

 Sylabusy do moich wykładów i ćwiczeń:

 Metody przetwarzania informacji kwantowej
 Optyka kwantowa
 Fizyka III
 Kryptografia

 Lecture notes:

 Lecture notes on quantum information and quantum computation
 Wybrane materiały do wykładów z kryptografii
 Wybrane materiały do wykładów z optyki kwantowej

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