653 zoekresultaten voor “quantum detector tomography” in de Publieke website

The physics of nanowire superconducting singlephoton detectors
Promotores: Prof.dr. D. Bouwmeester, Prof.dr. A. Fiore (TU Eindhoven)

Error bounds for discrete tomography
Promotores: K.J. Batenburg, B. Koren

Quantum Matter and Optics
Research groups in the Quantum Matter & Optics programme investigate electronic properties of matter and lightmatter interactions with emphasis on quantum information.

Discrete tomography with two directions
Promotores: R. Tijdeman, K.J. Batenburg

Network flow algorithms for discrete tomography
Promotor: R. Tijdeman, Copromotor: H.J.J. te Riele

Discrete tomography for integervalued functions
Promotor: S.J. Edixhoven, Copromotor: K.J. Batenburg

Filterbased reconstruction methods for tomography
Promotor: K.J. Batenburg

Reconstruction Methods for Combined HAADFSTEM and EDS Tomography
The research in this thesis is focused on tomographic reconstruction based on two imaging modalities in electron microscopy.

Quantum Emitters
We study the dynamics of individual emitters in micro cavities.

Algorithms for quantum software
Top scientists of three Dutch universities are working on software and systems for quantum computers. Researchers of the Leiden Institute of Advanced Computer Science (LIACS) and the Leiden Institute of Physics (LION) are developing new algorithms to make those super computers work. The coming years,…

Understanding Single Photon Detectors
Leiden physicists have developed a way to address how accurately a superconducting single photon detector (SSPD) can be characterized by detector tomography. SSPDs are not fully understood, and tomography is a key element to determine how these devices detect light. A better understanding of these detectors…

Computational optimisation of optical projection tomography for 3D image analysis
Optical projection tomography (OPT) is a tomographic 3D imaging technique used for specimens in the millimetre scale.

Michiel de Dood Lab (Quantum Detection)
Our group explores the larger domain of quantum measurement. In particular we investigate two themes that are closely connected: The detection of specially prepared quantum states of light and understanding and characterizing quantum photon detectors.

Cryo Electron Tomography Studies On Bacterial Chemosensory Arrays
Bacterial chemosensory arrays are protein assemblies that are the key structural and functional component for motile bacteria to sense their internal or environmental chemical signals.

Cavity quantum electrodynamics with quantum dots in microcavities
Promotor: Prof.dr. D. Bouwmeester, Copromotor: M.P. van Exter

Cryptography from quantum uncertainty in the presence of quantum side information
Promotor: Ronald Cramer, Copromotor: Serge Fehr

Methods to simulate fermions on quantum computers with hardware limitations
This thesis is a collection of theoretical works aiming at adjusting quantum algorithms to the hardware of quantum computers.

On periodically driven quantum systems
Promotor: C. W. J. Beenakker, Copromotor: J. K. Asboth

Quantum local asymptotic normality and other questions of quantum statistics
Promotor: R. Gill, Copromotor: P. Massart
 Quantum Optics
 Quantum Information

Photon detection at subwavelength scales
Promotor: E.R. Eliel, CoPromotor: M.J.A. de Dood

Hydrodynamics and the quantum butterfly effect in Black Holes and large N quantum field theories
Why do black holes emit thermal radiation? And how does a closed quantum system thermalize?

Quantum Matter and Optics
The quantum nature of matter and light has grown into a broad and fruitful research field for theorists and experimentalists alike. It combines foundational research with toward applications, the most well known of which is the quantum computer.

Quantum Lab (aQa)
Quantum computing is a novel paradigm for computation, which is nearing realworld impact with the coming generation of limited, but nonetheless powerful quantum devices.

Stable single molecules for quantum optics and alloptical switches
Promotor: Prof.dr. M.A.G.J. Orrit

The quantum computer
The worldwide race to the quantum computer is in full swing. This computer can take on computing tasks that we can only dream of today, such as finding proteins that can be used as medicines in seconds flat. Leiden physicists have discovered how the Majorana particle can be used as a building block…

Novel detectors and algorithms for electron nanocrystallography
Promotor: Prof.dr. J.P. Abrahams, Prof.dr. M. van Heel

Dirk Bouwmeester Lab (Quantum Optics and Quantum Information)
The research program of the QO group has three leading themes: Optical Physics, Quantum Optics, and PhotonMatter Interactions. We work mostly at the boundaries between these themes with entanglement as a bridging and binding agent.

Applications of topology to Weyl semimetals and quantum computing
This thesis covers various applications of topology in condensed matter physics and quantum information.

Postdoctoral researcher  quantum & society: metaphors for quantum science and technology
Wiskunde en Natuurwetenschappen

Research in Physics, Classical/Quantum Information (MSc)
This master’s programme combines Physics with Data Science. You will learn how physics has its own tricks to deal with big data and how techniques from machine learning and deep learning can be applied to classical and quantum data. The first focus of attention is on classical data, including data mining,…

Postdoc in quantum algorithms and/or postquantum cryptography
Wiskunde en Natuurwetenschappen, Mathematisch Instituut (MI)

Quantum dot microcavity control of photon statistics
During my PhD research, I studied the photon statistics of light emitted by a microcavity that contains a single quantum dot (QD) on resonance.

Quantum to Classical
In Quantum mechanics, particles can be in multiple positions simultaneously. Yet, when a measurement is made, the particle is found only in one place. Technology has come to a point where we may design experiments that will tell us how.

Quantum Delta NL research programme
Quantum Delta NL, a research programme in which Leiden University participates, has been awarded 615 million euros from the National Growth Fund to help develop the Netherlands into a top player in quantum technology.

Linking quantum technology to society
How can we connect quantum technology and society for an open debate on its future implications and applications?

Expansions of quantum group invariants
In my research, we developed a method to distinguish knots. A knot is a mathematical depiction of the everyday knot that occurs in ropes and cords.

Thinking about the quantum internet
Quantum computers deserve their own quantum internet. This is a network that dispatches information not in the form of bits  ones and zeros  but rather as qubits, just like in the quantum computer itself. In the view of Dirk Bouwmeester, a professor in Leiden’s Quantum Matter & Optics research group,…

Quantum computation with Majorana zero modes in superconducting circuits
Promotor: C.W.J. Beenakker, CoPromotor: A.R. Akhmerov

Signatures of Majorana zeromodes in nanowires, quantum spin Hall edges, and quantum dots
Promotor: C.W.J. Beenakker, Copromotor: M.T. Wimmer
 Jordi Tura Group (Applied Quantum Algorithms)

Integer and fractional quantum hall effects in lattice magnets
Promotor: Prof.dr.ir. J.W.M. Hilgenkamp, Prof.dr. J. van den Brink

NExt ApplicationS of Quantum Computing (NEASQC)
The NEASQC project brings together academic experts and industrial endusers to investigate and develop a new breed of Quantumenabled applications that can take advantage of NISQ (Noise IntermediateScale Quantum) systems in the near future. NEASQC is usecase driven, addressing practical problems…

PhD candidate  quantum & society: empirical outreach on quantum science and technology for communication and attitude measurements
Wiskunde en Natuurwetenschappen

Julia Cramer Group (Quantum and Society Lab)
The research group ‘Quantum and Society’ explores the boundary between quantum technology and science communication.

Applications of quantum annealing in combinatorial optimization
Promotie

Seeking the boundaries of quantum mechanics
Bouwmeester

Jan Zaanen Group (Quantum Matter Theory)
The focus of our theoretical physics research is the nature of macroscopic matter that is in one or the other way still in the grip of quantum physics.

Postdoc and PHD candidate, Hybrid Quantum Algorithms
Wiskunde en Natuurwetenschappen, Leiden Institute of Advanced Computer Science (LIACS)