I am a theoretical physicist with focus on theoretical quantum optics. I am working on my PhD at the Leibniz University Hannover, Germany. I investigate interactions between electromagnetic radiation and matter systems at the quantum level which could lead to novel applications in future technologies, such as quantum limited measurements or quantum information processing.
In this blog, I would like to bring the world of science (not only the quantum physics I deal with but also all other necessary parts of a scientist’s life connected to, e.g., administration, teaching, or conference participation) to as wide an audience as possible. Partly because I believe that since it is the public that funds mu work, everyone has the right to know what I am doing (and scientific papers are probably a bit too inaccessible for most). But mostly because my work is fun and takes me on fascinating journeys almost every day.