B.I. Stepanov Institute of Physics of the National Academy of Sciences of Belarus
The B.I. Stepanov Institute of Physics of the National Academy of Sciences of Belarus (IPNASB) was founded in 1955 and is at present one of the leading scientific institutes in Belarus. Its area of research is mainly connected to laser physics, quantum optics and spectroscopy. The staff comprises about 530 people. The number of researchers and engineers is approximately 350, including 142 Candidates of Sciences (Ph.D. equivalent) and 60 Doctors of Sciences.

The Institute closely collaborates with a number of Belarusian small and medium enterprises producing laser and spectroscopic equipment for the Belarusian and world markets. The scientists of the Institute are world leaders in areas such as dye lasers and dynamic holography.

The Center for Quantum Optics and Informatics (formerly known as the Quantum Optics Laboratory) was formed in 1994 and its research is focused on non-classical states of light and quantum tomography.

Researchers at the  Center for Quantum Optics and Informatics have extensive experience in theoretical methods for quantum states/process inference. In SUPERTWIN they will be dealing with data processing and developing the algorithm for image extraction from the acquired intensity correlation functions.