Our latest work on ODMR published in Adv. Quantum Technol.
Join the celebrations for the 50th birthday of the University of Siegen. Check out the program Offene Uni.
Group member Lukas Hunold receives the student prize of the Kreis Olpe for his master thesis. Congratulations Lukas!
Our latest work on biosensing with planar antennas published in Biomed. Opt. Express
Check out the Adv. Photonics Theme Issue on Photonics Advances Quantum Science and Technologies
Our article on scalable SiV creation by ion implantation on the front cover of the December Issue of Adv. Quantum Technol.
Check out the JOSA B Feature Issue on Light-Matter Interaction in Complex Photonics Systems
Our latest work on planar antennas published in JOSA B
Our review on silicon-vacancy centers in diamond published in Frontiers in Physics
Our latest work on color centers in polycristalline diamond membranes published in Carbon
The Proceedings of the International School of Physics "E. Fermi", Course 204 "Nanoscale Quantum Optics", are available as en e-book here.
The world’s fattest Schrödinger cat
Tommaso Calarco, FZ Jülich, Germany
From chaotic lasing to photon statistics: Small and large scale fluctuations in the emission of quantum dot lasers
Nina Owschimikow, TU Berlin, Germany
Quantum optics and information science in multi-dimensional photonics networks
Christine Silberhorn, University of Paderborn, Germany
2017Color centers in diamond: Controlling single spins and single photons
Christoph Becher, University of Saarland, Germany
Energy conversion in semiconductor nanocrystals
Jochen Feldmann, Ludwig-Maximilians Universität (LMU), Germany
Anderson localisation and Levy sums in random lasers
Sushil Mujumdar, Tata Institute for Fundamental Research, India
Superconducting nanowire single-photon detectors: physics and applications
Félix Bussières, Uni Geneva and ID Quantique, Switzerland
Precision molecular spectroscopy: a strategic window for fundamental and applied physics
Paolo De Natale, National Institute of Optics (CNR-INO), Italy
Probing optical modes with relativistic electrons
Nahid Talebi, Max Planck Institute for Solid State Research, Germany