Roman Schnabel leads the Quantum Optics group at the Albert Einstein Institute Hannover.
- quantum optics
- non-classical laser interferometry
- squeezed and entangled states from optical parametric amplification
- grating optics for advanced interferometry
Roman Schnabel made his master's degree and PhD at the Division of Plasma Physics. He has been awarded the Feodor-Lynen-Stipendium of the Alexander-von-Humboldt-Stiftung. This allowed him to work for 17 months at the Australian National University (ANU) at Canberra, 2000 - 2002. He was concerned with experiments on squeezed polarisation, entanglement, and teleportation of continuous laserbeams. Now he is the head of the new QND interferometry group at Hannover.
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