Quantum Interfaces Group


The Quantum Interfaces group is led by Prof. Tracy Northup at the University of Innsbruck's Institute for Experimental Physics.  In our labs, we investigate how we can transfer quantum states between light and matter, based on the interactions between single atoms, photons, and phonons.  These fundamental physics experiments have applications for emerging quantum technologies, and in particular, for future quantum networks.


Matthias Knoll defense nanosphere teamMatthias Knoll defenseAugust 6, 2019  Congratulations to Matthias Knoll on his master's thesis defense!  Matthias's thesis is titled "Parametric feedback cooling of silica nanospheres in a hybrid trapping potential."

KS_Portrait_150pxJuly 3, 2019  Congratulations to Klemens Schüppert on receiving an ESQ Discovery Project grant!  Klemens was awarded a research grant from the Erwin Schrödinger Center for Science and Technology for his upcoming project on ion trap technology.

June 3, 2019  Welcome to Claudia Mevenkamp, who has joined our group as an administrative assistant!

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