• We at the Institute for Quantum Optics and Quantum Information – Vienna (IQOQI-Vienna) of the Austrian Academy of Sciences are committed to advancing knowledge and enhancing human understanding of nature and its laws. We also actively pursue the vision of quantum information science and the wide range of new possibilities it would open up for humanity. To this end, we conduct theoretical and experimental research on the foundations of quantum physics and the physics of quantum information and develop new quantum technologies.

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  • We at the Institute for Quantum Optics and Quantum Information – Vienna (IQOQI-Vienna) of the Austrian Academy of Sciences are committed to advancing knowledge and enhancing human understanding of nature and its laws. We also actively pursue the vision of quantum information science and the wide range of new possibilities it would open up for humanity. To this end, we conduct theoretical and experimental research on the foundations of quantum physics and the physics of quantum information and develop new quantum technologies.

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  • We at the Institute for Quantum Optics and Quantum Information – Vienna (IQOQI-Vienna) of the Austrian Academy of Sciences are committed to advancing knowledge and enhancing human understanding of nature and its laws. We also actively pursue the vision of quantum information science and the wide range of new possibilities it would open up for humanity. To this end, we conduct theoretical and experimental research on the foundations of quantum physics and the physics of quantum information and develop new quantum technologies.

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  • We at the Institute for Quantum Optics and Quantum Information – Vienna (IQOQI-Vienna) of the Austrian Academy of Sciences are committed to advancing knowledge and enhancing human understanding of nature and its laws. We also actively pursue the vision of quantum information science and the wide range of new possibilities it would open up for humanity. To this end, we conduct theoretical and experimental research on the foundations of quantum physics and the physics of quantum information and develop new quantum technologies.

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We at the Institute for Quantum Optics and Quantum Information – Vienna (IQOQI-Vienna) of the Austrian Academy of Sciences are committed to advancing knowledge and enhancing human understanding of nature and its laws. We also actively pursue the vision of quantum information science and the wide range of new possibilities it would open up for humanity. To this end, we conduct theoretical and experimental research on the foundations of quantum physics and the physics of quantum information and develop new quantum technologies.

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Recent Publications


  • Programmable multiphoton quantum interference in a single spatial mode
    Carosini L., V. Oddi, F. Giorgino, L.M. Hansen, B. Seron, S. Piacentini, T. Guggemos, I. Agresti, J.C. Loredo, P. Walther
    SCI ADV, 10, ARTN eadj0993 (2024)
  • Lower Bounds on Ground-State Energies of Local Hamiltonians through the Renormalization Group
    Ilya Kull, Norbert Schuch, Ben Dive, Miguel Navascués
    Phys. Rev. X, 14, 021008 (2024)
  • Efficiently Cooling Quantum Systems with Finite Resources: Insights from Thermodynamic Geometry
    Philip Taranto, Patryk Lipka-Bartosik, Nayeli A. Rodríguez-Briones, Martí Perarnau-Llobet, Nicolai Friis, Marcus Huber, Pharnam Bakhshinezhad
    arXiv:quant-ph, 2404.06649 [quant-ph] (2024)
  • Hollow-core fiber loading of nanoparticles into ultra-high vacuum
    Stefan Lindner, Paul Juschitz, Jakob Rieser, Yaakov Y. Fein, Maxime Debiossac, Mario Ciampini, Markus Aspelmeyer, Nikolai Kiesel
    Appl. Phys. Lett, 124, 143501 (2024)
  • Matter waves and clocks do not observe uniform gravitational fields
    Asenbaum P., C. Overstreet, M.A. Kasevich
    PHYS SCRIPTA, 99, ARTN 046103 (2024)