Myungshik works on quantum optics and quantum information theory. He has been at various places including Sogang University, Essex University, Max-Planck Institute for Quantum Optics and Queen's University Belfast.
He is proud of his master's degree in business administration not necessarily because it is useful though.
He was elected a member of the Royal Irish Academy in 2009.
Alumni of his group include Jinhyoung Lee (Hanyang University), Hyunseok (Jacob) Jeong (Seoul National University: 2004 IoP QEP thesis prize winner), Mauro Paternostro (Queen's University Belfast), Wonmin Son (Sogang University), Mark Tame (Stellenbosch University), Carlo Di Franco, Daniel Ballester, Petr Marek (Palacky University; 2010 Votruba thesis prize winner), Elinor Irish (University of Southampton), Sean Springer (Royal Belfast Academical Institute), Marco Genoni (University of Milan), Tommaso Tufarelli (University of Nottingham), Leonardo Banchi (University of Florence), Vivishek Sudhir (MIT), Ebyung Park, Chris Ogden, Vignesh Venkataraman, Luca Rigovacca (McKinsey), Federico Armata (EasyJet), Doug Plato and Benjamin Yadin (Nottingham).
He belongs to the Quantum Information Theory Group at Imperial College (webpage here).
He is involved in the Centre for Doctoral Training in Controlled Quantum Dynamics (webpage here).
QOLS, Blackett Laboratory, Imperial College London, SW7 2BW, UK (webpage here)
Postal Address: Controlled Quantum Dynamics Group, Level 12 EEE, Imperial College London, SW7 2AZ, UK
telephone (in UK) 020 7594 7754 ; (international) 44 20 7594 7754
- We have an industry PhD studentship (Toshiba, Cambridge) available for experimental quantum communications (to start in 2019).
- Myungshik makes the top 20 authors list in Quantum Computers.
- Myungshik is a Royal Society Wolfson Merit Award Holder.
- Myungshik is the 2016 Hoam Science Prize winner.
Investment with less risk? Interested in amplifying money under a noisy environment condition? You can find some basic materials in Myungshik's lecturenotes which may be a good starting point.
Would like to browse his quantum optics lecturenotes? Here.