Ömer Bayraktar

  • Doctoral student
  • Room: A 3.434
  • Tel.: +49 9131 7133 148
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Quantum-limited measurements of optical signals from a geostationary satellite

Kevin Guenthner, Imran Khan, Dominique Elser, Birgit Stiller, Oemer Bayraktar, Christian R. Mueller, Karen Saucke, Daniel Troendle, Frank Heine, et al.

OPTICA 4(6) 611-616 (2017) | Journal

Free-space quantum links under diverse weather conditions

D. Vasylyev, A. A. Semenov, W. Vogel, K. Guenthner, A. Thurn, O. Bayraktar, Ch. Marquardt

PHYSICAL REVIEW A 96(4) 043856 (2017) | Journal

Quantum-polarization state tomography

Oemer Bayraktar, Marcin Swillo, Carlota Canalias, Gunnar Bjork

PHYSICAL REVIEW A 94(2) 020105 (2016) | Journal

Ömer Bayraktar

Born 29.9.1990 in Lünen, Germany

Experimental Physicist in Quantum Optics

Research topics: quantum optics, quantum information processing, integrated photonics, quantum technologies in space

Research experience

  • 2014/03-now Doctoral student at Max Planck Institute for the Science of Light in Erlangen, Germany
  • 01/2015-02/2016 Master student at Royal Institute of Technology in Stockholm, Sweden (group of Gunnar Björk)
  • 08/2014-12/2014 Research intern at Royal Institute of Technology in Stockholm, Sweden (group of Gunnar Björk)
  • 11/2013-06/2014 Student research assistant at Max Planck Institute for Quantum Optics in Garching, Germany (group of Gerhard Rempe)
  • 07/2013-09/2013 Research intern at Centre for Quantum Technologies in Singapore (group of Rainer Dumke)


  • 2014-2016 Master of Science in Engineering Physics, Kungliga Tekniska Högskolan, Sweden; Thesis: "Quantum-polarization state tomography" (with Prof. Gunnar Björk)
  • 2013-2016 Master of Science in Condensed Matter Physics, Technische Universität München, Germany
  • 2010-2013 Bachelor of Science in Physics, Technische Universität Dortmund, Germany; Thesis on exciton-polariton condensates (with Prof. Manfred Bayer)
  • 2010 Abitur (final high school exam) at Gymnasium Lünen-Altlünen, Germany; final grade 1.6

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