Working on questioning essentially everything
Currently, she is exploring fundamental questions at the interface of quantum physics and gravity, with a particular focus on quantum reference frames, their connection to indefinite causal structures, and the phenomenology of quantum gravity.
His doctoral research focused on a broad array of topics in experimental quantum optics and quantum measurement, from quantum-enhanced precision measurement to more fundamental topics, such as weak measurement and interpretations of quantum mechanics. His current research interests include quantum foundations, photonic quantum computing, and the investigation of plasmon-enhanced optical nonlinearities for applications in nonlinear quantum optics.
Blog: Daily life in the Quantum Nanophysics group
In the most recent "Human of University of Vienna" blog article, Tomas describes his daily life in the Quantum Nanophysics group and highlights the group's world record for the biggest molecule to behave like a quantum wave.