A 4-year long project bears fruit with a publication in Nature Physics

In 2010 we proposed theoretically a new method for efficient quantum state tomography for large quantum systems. In a joint project with the trapped ion group at Innsbruck we have achieved the first experimental demonstration of this method. The project started in 2013 required the sustained effort of two generations of PhD students (Tillmann & Milan) and postdocs (Ish & Marcus). Well done!

Most Recent Papers

Scalable Generation of Multiphoton Entangled States by Active Feed-Forward and Multiplexing, Phys. Rev. Lett. 129, 150501arXiv:1908.05722.

Detection of Few Hydrogen Peroxide Molecules Using Self-Reporting Fluorescent Nanodiamond Quantum SensorsJACS 144, 12642.

Robust macroscopic matter-wave interferometry with solidsPhys. Rev. A 105, 063313arXiv:2107.14794.

Fingerprint and Universal Markovian Closure of Structured Bosonic EnvironmentsPhys. Rev. Lett. 129, 140603.

 

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