University of Waterloo
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Waterloo, Ontario, Canada N2L 3G1
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Dr. Resch uses experimental quantum physics to understand photon entanglement and quantum information science. His work focuses on generating new quantum states of light with applications ranging from quantum computing to future medical imaging.
Dr. Resch and his research group are interested in experimental quantum optics, nonlinear optics, state reconstruction and measurement, and interferometry.
More detailed descriptions of their work can be found on the research group website.
K.A.G. Fisher, D.G. England, J.-P.W. MacLean, P.J. Bustard, K.J. Resch, and B.J. Sussman
Frequency and bandwidth conversion of single photons in a room-temperature diamond quantum memory
Nature Communications 7, 11200 (2016).
D. Mahler, L. Rozema, K. Fisher, L. Vermeyden, K.J. Resch, H. Wiseman, and A.M.Steinberg
Experimental nonlocal and surreal Bohmian trajectories
Science Advances 2, e1501466 (2016).
K. Reid, M. Agnew, L. Vermeyden, D. Janzing, R.W. Spekkens, and K.J. Resch
A quantum advantage for inferring causal structure
Nature Physics 11 414 (2015).
D.R. Hamel, L.K. Shalm, H. Hübel, A.J. Miller, F. Marsili, V.B. Verma, R.P. Mirin, S.W.Nam, K.J. Resch, and T. Jennewein
Direct generation of three-photon polarization entanglement
Nature Photonics 8, 801 (2014).
C. Erven, E. Meyer-Scott, K. Fisher, J. Lavoie, B. L. Higgins, Z. Yan, C. J. Pugh, J.-P. Bourgoin, R. Prevedel, L. K. Shalm, L. Richards, N. Gigov, R. Laflamme, G. Weihs, T. Jennewein, and K. J. Resch
Experimental Three-Particle Quantum Nonlocality under Strict Locality Conditions
Nature Photonics 8, 292 (2014).
Please see Dr. Resch's research website for a complete list of publications.
System and method for chirped pulse interferometry
Patent status: U.S. patent issued
Stage of development: Working prototype and ongoing research
The following news stories have featured Dr. Resch's research:
2002 PhD, Physics, University of Toronto, Toronto, Ontario
1998 MSc, Physics, University of Toronto, Toronto, Ontario
1997 BSc, Honours, Chemical Physics, Queen's University, Kingston, Ontario
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