Hanna Krauter

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Quantum teleportation is an important ingredient in distributed quantum networks, and can also serve as an elementary operation in quantum computers. Teleportation was first demonstrated as a transfer of a quantum state of light onto another light beam; later developments used optical relays and demonstrated entanglement swapping for continuous variables.(More)
We demonstrate a radio frequency atomic magnetometer with sub-femtoTesla/√(Hz) sensitivity, mainly limited by projection noise of atoms. Furthermore, we demonstrate that Einstein-Podolsky-Rosen entanglement of atoms enhances the sensitivity to broadband magnetic fields.
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