Andrea Tabachinni

Andrea was a postgraduate student at Macquarie University currently undertaking a PhD alongside Assoc. Professor Gabriel Molina-Terriza.

His aim was to realize the first source of 4-photon spatially entangled states from spontaneous parametric down-conversion in a non-linear crystal. The quantum light will be then utilized for interaction with nanostructures such as Nano holes and/or Nano spheres.

Andrea’s objective is the characterization of states of 4 photons which are entangled in a spatial degree of freedom. Quantum effects coming from the interaction between entangled states and Nano holes.

MSc, Universita' degli Studi di Milano, Italy (2012)
BSc (Astronomy), Universita' degli Studi di Bologna, Italy (2008)

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Major funding support

Australian Research Council