Dr James Grieve
Before joining TII, Dr Grieve spent seven years at Singapore’s Center for Quantum Technologies, where he remains a Visiting Research Associate Professor. At CQT, he led a team developing polymer waveguide platforms for quantum photonic applications. Dr Grieve’s previous research topics have included entangled photon sources, single photon detector systems and a stint working on fiber-based quantum key distribution systems as part of a collaboration with Singapore Telecommunications Ltd (Singtel). Dr Grieve completed his PhD at the University of Bristol in the United Kingdom in 2012, with research focused on optically trapped nanotools. Dr Grieve is broadly interested in the behaviour of light, weak or strong, and especially in nano- and micro-scale systems.