||Mar. 4, 2022, 10:00 am (Taipei Time)
||Paul-Antoine Moreau (默亮湍)
||Quantum imaging with cameras
||The emergence and improvement of single-photon-sensitive cameras that can characterise spatial correlations of quantum nature lead to the rapid development of quantum imaging. This not only allowed imaging schemes that exhibit image improvements over classical methods to be devised, but also led to fundamental demonstrations performing the fast characterisation of high dimensional entangled states. I’ll introduce a few examples of research using such cameras together with quantum states of light to perform both fundamental quantum imaging demonstrations and practical imaging improvements.
||Paul-Antoine Moreau obtained his PhD at the FEMTO-ST institute in France in 2015. He went on to do a Postdoc at the University of Bristol, UK, within Quantum Engineering Technology Labs. After obtaining an individual Marie Curie Fellowship from the European Union he moved to the University of Glasgow, UK, to pursue his research on quantum imaging. He was later awarded a Leverhulme Trust Early Career Research Fellowship to continue his research at the University of Glasgow. He started to work at NCKU, Taiwan, in 2021 as an Assistant Professor.