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Entanglement Enhanced Intensity Interferometry

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Intensity interferometry (Hanbury Brown – Twiss effect) is an interesting and useful concept that is usually presented as a manifestation of the quantum statistics of indistinguishable particles. By exploiting possibilities for projection and entanglement, we can substantially widen the scope of its central idea, removing the requirement of indistinguishability. We thereby potentially gain access to a host of new observables, including subtle polarization correlations and entanglement itself. Our considerations also shed light on the physical significance of superselection.

This talk is part of the Theoretical Physics Colloquium series.

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