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Congratulations to Laura Padberg on successfully defending her master's thesis

| Laura Padberg defended her master's thesis "Analysis and optimisation of rubidium in-diffused waveguides in KTP".

Publication: High-Efficiency Plug-and-Play Source of Heralded Single Photons

| A quantum source requiring no user intervention that produces photons with high heralding ​efficiency.

Congratulations to Sebastian Brauner on successfully defending his master's thesis

| Sebastian Brauner defended his master's thesis titled "Electro-optically controlled advanced integrated quantum circuits on lithium niobate".

Congratulations to Regina Kruse on successfully defending her Ph.D. Thesis

| Regina Kruse successfully defended her Ph.D. thesis "One, Two, Many Modes: Development & Application of High-Dimensional Systems for Quantum Information Science".

Congratulations to Patrick Bartkowiak on successfully defending his bachelor's thesis

| Patrick Bartkowiak defended his bachelor's thesis "Integriert elektrooptische Schalter in quantenoptischer Anwendung".

Congratulations to Jano Gil López on successfully defending his master's

| Jano Gil López defended his master's thesis titled "Tailoring spatial modes for sum-frequency generation in lithium niobate waveguides". He will pursue his Ph.D in the IQO Group at Paderborn University.

DPG-Frühjahrstagung, Mainz 2017

| The Integrated Quantum Optics group sent a large contingent to this year’s DPG spring meeting of the Atomic, Molecular, Plasma Physics and Quantum Optics Section (SAMOP) in Mainz. Eight PhD students, five Master students, one postdoc, and one junior...

Publikation: Eine Schnittstelle zwischen unterschiedlichen Quantensystemen

| Prof. Dr. Christine Silberhorn konnten kürzlich erstmals Bandbreitenkompression für Einzelphotonen mit hocheffizienter Frequenzkonversion kombinieren. Die Versuchsanordnung basiert auf nichtlinearen Wellenleitern in Lithiumniobat, die die Gruppe...

Congratulations to Georg Harder on successfully defending his Ph.D. Thesis

| Georg Harder successfully defended his Ph.D. thesis titled "Optimized Down-Conversion Source and State-Characterization Tools for Quantum Optics".  

Publication: Local sampling of the Wigner function at telecom wavelength with loss-tolerant detection of photon statistics

| The characterization of quantum states is an essential part of quantum optics. One particular task is the estimation of squeezing in so called two-mode squeezed states. In a recent publication in Physical Review Letters*, researchers from the...

Publication: Single-Mode Parametric-Down-Conversion States with 50 Photons as a Source for Mesoscopic Quantum Optics

| The generation of macroscopic quantum states is a challenging goal throughout many fields of physics. Not only would it be fascinating to see quantum effects on a macroscopic scale, their generation is also a prerequisite if one wants to exploit...

Congratulations to Stephan Krapick on successfully defending his Ph.D. Thesis

| Stephan Krapick successfully defended his Ph.D. thesis titled "Cascaded Wavelength Conversion Processes in Lithium Niobate Waveguide Structures".

Publication: Quantum walk coherences on a dynamical percolation graph

| [Scientific Reports 5, 13495 (2015)] The aim for understanding transport phenomena is at the heart of many studies on processes in nature and man-made structures ranging from photosynthesis to information network applications. Recent research...

Congradulations to Rebeccah Grotemeyer

| Rebeccah Grotemeyer defended her bachelor's thesis with the title "Comparison of classically excited modes and modes excited through parametric down-conversion".

Congratulations to Laura Padberg

| Laura Padberg defended her bachelor's thesis with the title "Periodisch gepolte Wellenleiter in Kaliumtitanylphosphat".

Head

Prof. Dr. Christine Silberhorn

Integrierte Quantenoptik

Lehrstuhlinhaberin

Christine Silberhorn
Telefon:
+49 5251 60-5884
Fax:
+49 5251 60-5886
Büro:
P8.3.10

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