Quantum-entangled images sent through optical fibers


Two photons can be entangled in their mode structure (see pictures in article), this has the advantage that more information can be encoded than by using polarization. Wolfgang Loeffler and colleagues from the Quantum Optics group were able to demonstrate that this so-called 'spatial'entanglement can survive fiber transport, which is obviously a milestone for future applications. Read more (in English)


6 - 7 June 2019

Casimir Open Days 2019link

24 - 28 June 2019

BioBusiness Summer Schoollink