Super sensitivity and super resolution with quantum teleportation

Johannes Borregaard

University of Copenhagen

Johannes Borregaard obtained his PhD degree in 2015 at the Niels Bohr Institute, University of Copenhagen under the supervision of Prof. Anders S. Sørensen. He then joined Prof. Mikhail D. Lukin's group at Harvard University as a postdoctoral researcher for two years doing theoretical research in quantum optics and quantum information. He is currently employed at the QMATH center at the University of Copenhagen as a postdoctoral researcher pursuing research into quantum networks in particular.   


Quantum correlations can be used to enhance the performance of various estimation tasks ranging from gravitational wave detection to biological imaging. In particular, there has been substantial work on quantum enhanced phase... [ view full abstract ]


  1. Johannes Borregaard (University of Copenhagen)
  2. Tobias Gehring (DTU - Technical University of Denmark)
  3. Jonas Neergaard-Nielsen (DTU - Technical University of Denmark)
  4. Ulrik Andersen (DTU - Technical University of Denmark)

Topic Areas

Quantum sensors and quantum metrology , Quantum optics and non-classical light sources


OS1a-R236 » Quantum sensors and quantum metrology (14:30 - Wednesday, 5th September, Room 236)

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