MPL PhD student awarded for best conference poster
Gaetano Frascella, PhD student at the Max Planck Institute for the Science of Light, was awarded for the best poster at this year`s “Quantum“ conference in Turin.
From left to right: Marco Genovese (President of the Quantum2019 Steering Committee), Gaetano Frascella (award winner), Ivo Degiovanni (President of the Poster Evaluation Committee), Paolo Olivero (member of the Quantum2019 Steering Committee)
The title of the awarded poster was “Wide-field SU(1,1) interferometer”. The MPL scientist`s contribution presents a novel configuration for an interferometer, which uses the principles of quantum optics to achieve very high sensitivity to external perturbations and extreme precision for images of microscopic objects.
The conference is organised for more than 300 scientists researching in the field of Quantum Optics from all over the world to discuss on the topics of Quantum Metrology, Sensing and Imaging.
Coffee & Tea Time in the foyer of the Max Planck Institute: Each Thursday from 13:00-14:00. Please feel free to pass by and have a little chat with your colleagues!
Coffee & Tea Time in the foyer of the Max Planck Institute: Each Thursday from 13:30-14:30. Please feel free to pass by and have a little chat with your colleagues!