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Welcome to the Quantum Optics & Quantum Information group of Prof. Dr. Joachim von Zanthier. We investigate multi-photon interference phenomena in quantum optics and quantum information science using non-classical, classical or mixed light sources. The research is carried out in theory and in experiment and focuses on fundamental questions and possible applications. Topics of interest include quantum imaging, cooperative effects, entanglement of light and matter, and testing the foundations of quantum mechanics.

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  • Dr. Schneider!
    Today, Raimund successfully defended his PhD thesis with the title Correlation experiments and data evaluation techniques with classical light sources in space and time. After…
  • PhD student Anton Classen receives prestigious Feodor Lynen Research Fellowship
    Starting May 2019, Anton will be joining the group of Prof. Girish Agarwal at the Texas A&M University via a two-year Feodor Lynen Research Fellowship of the…
  • Dr. Mehringer!
    Today, Thomas successfully defended his PhD thesis with the title Multiphoton interferences: fundamentals and applications. After a bit of bureaucracy, he may call himself Dr.…
  • PhD students Raimund Schneider and Anton Classen win SAOT student awards
    Raimund Schneider and Anton Classen, both Ph.D. students in our group, have won the SAOT Student Awards 2018 in Computational Optics and Optical Metrology, respectively. The…
  • Two articles in OSA journals
    Two of our articles have recently been accepted in OSA Journals. The first one, Photon statistics as an interference phenomenon, has been published in Optics Letters.…

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Prof. Dr. Joachim von Zanthier