Christian Rooschristian-ross

Senior Scientist
Institut for Quantum Optics and Quantum Information
PhD 2000, University of Innsbruck


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Christian Roos‘ research is focused on creating, characterizing and using entanglement as a resource for quantum simulation and quantum metrology experiments. The main tools are trapped and laser-cooled ions as a well-controlled quantum system with long coherence times and tailored laser pulses that induce entangling interactions between the internal states of the trapped ions. One line of research focuses onto turning a system of a few tens of trapped ions into an interacting quantum many-body system for simulating quantum mangnetism. In this approach, each ion encodes a spin-1/2 particle that interacts with other particle via long-range interactions. Control of the quantum system at the single-particle level enables quantum measurements that provides insights into the quantum dynamics of this engineered quantum system. A second line of research focuses on using entanglement for the development of novel measurement approaches.



Quantum Optics and Spectroscopy Group

Related Links

Institute of Experimental Physics, Univ. Innsbruck

IQOQI, Austrian Academy of Sciences


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