Exploiting the quantum properties of light offers new possibilities for quantum imaging and sensing.
12. Mai, 2023, 14:00-15:30
S2|08, Raum 171
Veranstalter: Fachbereich Physik
Homepage: (wird in neuem Tab geöffnet)Experimentelle Festkörper-Quantenoptik
As such, one can harness entanglement, correlations, or quantum coherence of photon pairs to circumvent classical limitations in imaging and sensing. This includes super sensitive two-photon absorption, sub-shot noise ghost imaging, and imaging and sensing with undetected light.
Besides fundamentals, an overview over different concepts of quantum imaging and sensing will be given with a particular focus on nonlinear interferometers that allow sensing in extreme wavelength ranges detecting visible light only. In addition, a brief excursion into quantum walks of photonic quantum states in waveguide lattices will be provided.