Interferometry in a strong light

Interferometry in a strong light

“In this talk I will discuss an experiment in which we used a particularly compliant micro-scale drum to observe backaction in an interferometer, and demonstrate how quantum correlations can improve measurement in the presence of backaction”

Blurring the classical-quantum divide

Blurring the classical-quantum divide

“In this talk I will outline how structured light beams can be created and how they can be used to blur the classical-quantum divide”

The Nobel Prize in Physics 2017: LIGO and gravitational waves

The Nobel Prize in Physics 2017: LIGO and gravitational waves

“Come hear from UQ’s Warwick Bowen and Tamara Davis about the details of the Nobel 2017 winning science — how the measurement challenges were overcome, and what gravitational waves can teach us about black holes and fundamental physics.”

Using qubits as a tool in materials science: unravelling the mystery of two-level defects in amorphous solids

Using qubits as a tool in materials science: unravelling the mystery of two-level defects in amorphous solids

“At present the microscopic origin of the defects in superconducting circuits remains a mystery, but recent experimental and theoretical results are bringing us closer to an answer.”