Monthly Archives: November 2015

What dancing, Nuclear Magnetic Resonance and Quantum Information have to do with each other?

When we hear the words “Nuclear Magnetic Resonance” (NMR) what first comes to our minds is probably those huge and noise machines in hospitals. However, much more than that, NMR is a powerful technique that helps us to understand how … Continue reading

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So, what are you researching? Connections between quantum entanglement and metrology

“So, what are you researching?” The dreaded question I am asked on countless occasion. From friends, family, acquaintances, this is a very natural question to ask of somebody doing a PhD – research is both their passion and their purpose. So … Continue reading

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