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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: Born's rule relates detection probabilities to the modulus square of the wave function. It is one of the central p...

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 sources into three different categories, characterized by bunched, antibunched, or uncorrelated photon arrival times. Single ato...

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 ghost imaging experiment accomplished at an XUV free-electron laser (FEL). To perform such experiment at an FEL source each x-ray pulse was...

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 of bureaucracy, he may call himself Dr. Classen.

Today, Daniel successfully defended his PhD thesis with the title Quantum Coherences of Nonclassical and Classical Sources. After a bit of bureaucracy, he may call himself Dr. Bhatti.

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 a bit of bureaucracy, he may call himself Dr. Schneider.

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. Mehringer.