Internally funded project
Quantum imaging



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Project Details
Start date: 01/01/2007

Abstract (technical / expert description):

We use multi-photon interferences from statistically independent classical or non-classical light sources in combination with linear or non-linear optical detection techniques to reconstruct, i.e., image, arbitrary source geometries with subclassical resolution. Our far-field reconstruction algorithms have opened the field of Incoherent Diffraction Imaging (IDI) which – if applied to x-ray structure determination – leads to the highest resolution obtained in radiation-based microscopy of incoherent scatterers.


Publications

Journal article
Schneider R, Mehringer T, Mercurio G, et al. (2018)
Quantum imaging with incoherently scattered light from a free-electron laser
Nature Physics

Journal article
Classen A, Ayyer K, Chapman HN, et al. (2017)
Incoherent Diffractive Imaging via Intensity Correlations of Hard X Rays
Physical Review Letters

Journal article
Classen A, von Zanthier J, Scully MO, et al. (2017)
Superresolution via structured illumination quantum correlation microscopy
Optica

Journal article
Classen A, Waldmann F, Giebel S, et al. (2016)
Superresolving Imaging of Arbitrary One-Dimensional Arrays of Thermal Light Sources Using Multiphoton Interference
Physical Review Letters

Journal article
Pearce ME, Mehringer T, von Zanthier J, et al. (2015)
Precision estimation of source dimensions from higher-order intensity correlations
Physical Review A

Journal article
Oppel S, Büttner T, Kok P, et al. (2012)
Superresolving Multiphoton Interferences with Independent Light Sources
Physical Review Letters

Journal article
Thiel C, Bastin T, von Zanthier J, et al. (2009)
Sub-Rayleigh quantum imaging using single-photon sources
Physical Review A

Journal article
Thiel C, Bastin T, Martin J, et al. (2007)
Quantum imaging with incoherent photons
Physical Review Letters

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