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|[[File:DecoherenceButton.png|link=Decoherence]] || '''Decoherence''' - A quantum system interacting with a noisy environment suffers decoherence, i.e. interference effects are destroyed. This is a topic important both for fundamental reasons (quantum-classical transition, quantum measurement, characterizing interaction effects), as well as for possible applications (sensitive measurements and quantum information processing).
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|[[File:DecoherenceButton.png|link=Decoherence]] || '''[[Decoherence]]''' - A quantum system interacting with a noisy environment suffers decoherence, i.e. interference effects are destroyed. This is a topic important both for fundamental reasons (quantum-classical transition, quantum measurement, characterizing interaction effects), as well as for possible applications (sensitive measurements and quantum information processing).
 
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|[[File:CircuitQEDButton.png|link=Quantum electrodynamics in superconducting circuit]] || '''Quantum electrodynamics in superconducting circuit''' - Microwave radiation interacting with a superconducting artificial atom on a chip.
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|[[File:CircuitQEDButton.png|link=Quantum electrodynamics in superconducting circuits]] || '''[[Quantum electrodynamics in superconducting circuits]]''' - Microwave radiation interacting with a superconducting artificial atom on a chip.
  
 
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== Research topics Reinhard group ==
 
== Research topics Reinhard group ==

Revision as of 15:37, 4 May 2010

Research topics Marquardt group

OptomechanicsButton.png Optomechanics - Light interacting with nanomechanical motion has become a research topic drawing a lot of attention recently. Read more about our theory contributions in that domain.
DecoherenceButton.png Decoherence - A quantum system interacting with a noisy environment suffers decoherence, i.e. interference effects are destroyed. This is a topic important both for fundamental reasons (quantum-classical transition, quantum measurement, characterizing interaction effects), as well as for possible applications (sensitive measurements and quantum information processing).
CircuitQEDButton.png Quantum electrodynamics in superconducting circuits - Microwave radiation interacting with a superconducting artificial atom on a chip.

Research topics Reinhard group

Topic A - labla (short description) Read more about it... (link to another page)

Topic B - labla (short description) Read more about it... (link to another page)

Topic C - labla (short description) Read more about it... (link to another page)