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Quantum Mechanics in the Single Photon Laboratory


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About the Authors
1 Introduction
2 Classical Nature of Light
3 Quantum Nature of Light
4 Experiments Related to the Quantum Nature of Light
5 Experiments Related to Entanglement and Nonlocality
6 Quantum State Tomography
7 Conclusion
A Inventory for Single Photon Experiments
B Field-Programmable Gate Array
C Coincidence Counting Unit Code

About the Author

Muhammad Hamza Waseem is pursuing a DPhil in condensed matter physics as a Rhodes Scholar at the University of Oxford. His research revolves around quantum magnonics and hybrid quantum systems. During his undergraduate studies in electrical engineering at UET Lahore, Hamza helped develop classical and quantum optics experiments at PhysLab, LUMS, and contributed to research on optical metasurfaces at ITU Lahore.Faizan-e-Ilahi is currently a graduate student of physics at LUMS. During his undergraduate studies, he helped to build the Single Photon Quantum Mechanics Laboratory at LUMS. He is currently working in magneto-optics. His areas of interest are quantum information and open quantum systems.
Muhammad Sabieh Anwar is an Associate Professor of physics and Dean at the LUMS Syed Babar Ali School of Science and Engineering, Pakistan. Ideas from his physics instructional laboratories have been replicated in about 10 Pakistani universities. Prior to joining LUMS in 2007, Sabieh was a postdoc in chemistry and materials science at the University of California, Berkeley, and a PhD student, as Rhodes Scholar, at the University of Oxford. He was the recipient of the TWAS medal in physics in 2008 and the National Innovation Prize in 2015.

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