Entangling the spatial properties of laser beams
The use of non-classical states of light, such as squeezed states, have allowed the exploration of quantum mechanical effects that had previously been the subject of speculation only. One of the more interesting aspects of quantum mechanics is when two objects become linked in a process known as quantum entanglement. This property has been the focus of much research due to the potential applications that are expected to emerge from entangled systems. This thesis focuses on the various spatial...[Show more]
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