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Logo: DFG-Graduiertenkolleg – RTG 1991 / Quantum mechanical noise in complex systems
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Logo: DFG-Graduiertenkolleg – RTG 1991 / Quantum mechanical noise in complex systems
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We introduce ourselves

Lida Abaspour & Julia Wiegand

How to extracting information from the noise of the spins confined in single semiconductor quantum dots via continuous weak-measurements, i.e., all optical spin noise spectroscopy.

Michael Beck

High-precision optical spectroscopy of donor bound electrons in isotopically enriched silicon enables individual addressability of long-living nuclear and electron spins and laying the foundation for future quantum devices. 

Lars Dammeier & Inken Siemon

Investigation of the quantum interaction and feedback in open systems of Markovian and non-Markovian nature.

Friederike Dziemba

Complexity theory tackling the difficulty of computational problems and how to strengthen the fault-tolerance of quantum algorithms against the impact of noise.

Jan Kühne

The fundamental physics of transport and interaction in quantum dots focusing on shot noise through single and double quantum dots.

Alexander Roth

Predicting the fidelity of entanglement of photons and atomic ensembles or mechanical oscillators in order to establish future platforms for quantum communication.

Mirco Siercke

Producing ultracold molecules for studying awesome quantum effects like entanglement and quantum noise.

Daniel Steinmeyer

On the influence of back action noise on quantum non-demolition measurements in ultra-high precision measurements in the realm of gravitational wave spectroscopy.

Kai Voges

Creating molecular quantum gases close to the absolute temperature of zero Kelvin for studying polar interactions in the quantum regime.