Optimization of entangled photon sources for secure communication, quantum key distribution between two or more parties, quantum cryptography, single atom-single photon interactions, quantum gates and teleportation.
Kadir Durak received his B.Sc. Degree in Middle East Technical University Physics Department in 2009 and he started his PhD in National University of Singapore at the same year. After receiving PhD in 2015 he worked for to years in Centre for Quantum Technologies as team lead in a research group that works on space-ground quantum key distribution via a CubeSat. Dr. Kadir's main research areas are quantum cryptography, photonics, quantum electrodynamics and quantum information.