Welcome Benjamin Wilhelm

Benjamin joined our group as a master student. He will join the SQIP team for setting up a Raman laser system

Entanglement sent over 50 km of optical fiber

For the first time, the PhiNet team has sent a light particle entangled with matter over 50 km of optical fiber. This paves the way for the practical use of quantum networks and sets a milestone for a future quantum internet.


Welcome Thomas Feldker

Thomas joined our group as a postdoc. After studying physics in Darmstadt he did his PhD in Mainz, working on Rydberg excitation of trapped ions. Later he lived in Amsterdam where he worked on cooling a hybrid system of trapped ions and cold atoms to ultracold temperatures.
 
He will join the AQTION project aimed at building a movable quantum computer in two 19'' cabinets.

Gabriel Araneda receives his PhD

Congratulations, Gabriel!

Thesis Titled: Experiments with single photons emitted by single atoms

 

 

 

 


Matthias Knoll receives his Masters

Congratulations, Matthias!

Thesis Titled: Parametric feedback cooling of silica nanosphers in a hybrid trapping potential

 

 

 


Welcome Verena Podlesnic

Verena joined our group as a Masters student, and she will work on the AQTION project about building a movable quantum processor contained in two 19' racks.

ESQ Grants have been awarded

Klemens Schüppert and Giovanni Cerchiari of our group received Erwin Schrödinger Center for Quantum Science & Technology (ESQ) Grants.

Giovanni's project will focus on the suppression of spontaneous emission of an atom by coupling its fluorescence light with an ultra-precise hemispherical mirror.

Klemens investigates new scalable ion trap technology based on the challenging exchange of RF- and DC-electrodes of a trap within the coherence time.

Link: Austrian Academy of Sciences


Welcome Johannes Franke

Johannes joined our group as a Masters student, and he will work on the 2d crystals project

Welcome Vanya Pogorelov

Vanya joined our group as a PhD student. He received his master in Moscow State University where he worked with photon based qubits on quantum state/process tomography and reconfigurable optical interferometers. After the internship in ETH Jonathan Home's group Vanya decided to switch to trapped ions experiments and joined AG Blatt.
 
He will start AQTION project aimed at building a movable quantum computer in two 19'' cabinets.