Welcome to Travis Nicholson’s group. We experimentally and theoretically explore the quantum nature of reality to realize better quantum computers, novel quantum simulators, new approaches to quantum metrology, and unique quantum-enhanced devices.

We are located in the vibrant and prosperous city of Singapore at the Centre for Quantum Technologies. Named one of Singapore’s research centres of excellence, the CQT is part of the National University of Singapore, which is consistently ranked the top university in Asia and among the top 20 universities globally.

Here you can learn more about our research and our team. Also, if you have a passion for physics and an interest in joining our group, please look at our page on applying to become a member of our team.

Welcome to Travis Nicholson’s group. We experimentally and theoretically explore the quantum nature of reality to realize better quantum computers, novel quantum simulators, new approaches to quantum metrology, and unique quantum-enhanced devices.

We are located in the vibrant and prosperous city of Singapore at the Centre for Quantum Technologies. Named one of Singapore’s research centres of excellence, the CQT is part of the National University of Singapore, which is consistently ranked the top university in Asia and among the top 20 universities globally.

Here you can learn more about our research and our team. Also, if you have a passion for physics and an interest in joining our group, please look at our page on applying to become a member of our team.

Welcome to Travis Nicholson’s group. We experimentally and theoretically explore the quantum nature of reality to realize better quantum computers, novel quantum simulators, new approaches to quantum metrology, and unique quantum-enhanced devices.

We are located in the vibrant and prosperous city of Singapore at the Centre for Quantum Technologies. Named one of Singapore’s research centres of excellence, the CQT is part of the National University of Singapore, which is consistently ranked the top university in Asia and among the top 20 universities globally.

Here you can learn more about our research and our team. Also, if you have a passion for physics and an interest in joining our group, please look at our page on applying to become a member of our team.

Recent News

Merrick wins undergraduate research prize

In recognition for his excellent work on our strontium project, Merrick Ho won the Lijen medal for the best undergraduate research project in physics. This award is given to one NUS physics undergraduate each year. Merrick was involved in an impressive variety of...

Goodbye Ravin, Merrick, and Neville!

Ravin, Neville, and Merrick will be leaving our team. Ravin will be starting graduate school at Princeton in the group of Waseem Bakr, and Neville will also start a PhD programme with Jacob Covey at UIUC. Meanwhile Merrick will take a job with Singapore's Defence...

New indium PhD student

Lu Tiangao is now a PhD student on our indium project. Welcome, Tiangao!

New strontium PhD student

Nakarin Jayjong has joined the strontium experiment as a PhD student. Welcome, Nakarin!

Goodbye, Ting You!

Ting You is leaving our team to pursue a PhD in Adam Kaufman's group at JILA. As an undergraduate (and then an RA) with our team for two years, Ting You played a leading role in many advanced projects. To send him off and to thank him for his superb work, we took him...

New project

Check out this picture of our new experiment!

New paper published

Our paper on superradiant beam lasers was published today in Physical Review Letters. Check it out here. Also, please have a look at the nice article about this work written by the CQT media team.

New PhD student

A new PhD student has joined the strontium team. Welcome, Joel!

True Level

While aligning beams, Ravin experiences true level.

Website upgraded

Welcome to the new and improved Nicholson Labs website!

Recent News

Merrick wins undergraduate research prize

Merrick wins undergraduate research prize

In recognition for his excellent work on our strontium project, Merrick Ho won the Lijen medal for the best undergraduate research project in physics. This award is given to one NUS physics undergraduate each year. Merrick was involved in an impressive variety of...

Goodbye Ravin, Merrick, and Neville!

Goodbye Ravin, Merrick, and Neville!

Ravin, Neville, and Merrick will be leaving our team. Ravin will be starting graduate school at Princeton in the group of Waseem Bakr, and Neville will also start a PhD programme with Jacob Covey at UIUC. Meanwhile Merrick will take a job with Singapore's Defence...