BSc Proj.; The Quantum Zeno Effect Applied to Quantum Dots

  • Thesis: The Quantum Zeno Effect Applied to Quantum Dots
  • Supervisor: Prof. Jesper Mørk, Head of Nanophotonics, Technical University of Denmark

The quantum Zeno effect is a phenomenon that slows down the evolution of a quantum system due to frequent measurements performed on it, thereby delaying decay. The effect is potentially useful for applications in quantum computing. In this project I derive different manifestations of the quantum Zeno effect and investigate their significance.

Charles Nicklas Christensen
Charles Nicklas Christensen
PhD Candidate
Computer Vision & AI

My research interests include computer vision, deep learning and imaging.