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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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News

  • Article published in Phys. Rev. Research
    Our Article Birth, death, and revival of spontaneous emission in a three-atom system has been published in Phys. Rev. Research: Phys. Rev. Research 2, 013278 (2020)…
  • Article published in Phys. Rev. Research
    Our article Many-particle interference to test Born’s rule has been published as a Rapid Communication in Phys. Rev. Research: Phys. Rev. Research 2, 012051(R) (2020) Abstract:…
  • Article published in PRL
    Our article Light of Two Atoms in Free Space: Bunching or Antibunching? has been published as Phys. Rev. Lett. 124, 063603. Abstract: Photon statistics divides light…
  • Article published in PRA
    Our article Ghost imaging at an XUV free-electron laser has been published as Phys. Rev. A 101, 013820. Abstract: Here we present the results of a classical…
  • Dr. Classen!
    Today, Anton successfully defended his PhD thesis with the title Enhancing x-ray diffractive imaging and optical microscopy by use of intensity correlations. After a bit…

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