Péter Ádám is a senior researcher at the Wigner Research Center for Physics. His research field is quantum optics and especially the application of quantum optical systems in quantum information. His current interests include periodic single-photon sources, quantum state engineering and probability representations. His main results: Developed methods for creating nonclassical quantum states of light. Developed the general theory of periodic single-photon sources based on time and spatial multiplexing. Proposed methods to optimize the efficiency of multiplexed periodic single-photon sources.
Bodog F, Mechler M, Koniorczyk M, Adam P: Optimization of multiplexed single-photon sources operated with photon-number-resolving detectors, Phys. Rev. A 102, 013513 (2020).
Mogyorosi G, Adam P, Molnar E, Mechler M: Single-step quantum state engineering in traveling optical fields, Phys. Rev. A 100, 013851 (2019).
Adam P, Mechler M, Santa I, Koniorczyk M: Optimization of periodic single-photon sources, Phys. Rev. A 90, 053834 (2014).
Guhne O, Mechler M, Tóth G, Ádám P: Entanglement criteria based on local uncertainty relations are strictly stronger than the computable cross norm criterion, Phys. Rev. A 74, 010301 (2006).
Szabo S, Adam P, Janszky J, Domokos P: Construction of quantum states of the radiation field by discrete coherent-state superpositions, Phys. Rev. A 53, 2698 (1996).