Institute for Theoretical Physics
Albert-Einstein Allee 11
D-89081 Ulm, Germany
My Research Interests
My research focuses on methods for the detection of entanglement that can be implemented on present experimental platforms. The main aim is thereby to identify the relevant information in order to reduce the experimental effort and to overcome the limitations set by the complexity of a system of many particles, however, at the same time, to avoid any assumptions on the system for example about symmetries or temperature. Regarding prospective realizations, my focus is on the detection of entanglement with trapped ions and neutron scattering experiments. I am interested in the characterization of bipartite and multipartite entanglement and the role of entanglement in quantum simulator experiments and in the limitations of matrix product state based methods.