Dr. Simon Haine is a theoretical physicist investigating how our ability to measure quantities such as gravity, rotations, magnetic fields, and temperetaure is fundmentally limited by quantum mechanics, and how we can employ quantum tricks to by-pass these limits.
Simon completed his PhD at the Australian National University before undertaking an Australian Research Council Postdoctoral Fellowship, and an ARC Discovery Early Career Award (DECRA) fellowship at the University of Queensland. He then moved to the University of Sussex in the UK as a Marie Curie-Sklodowska fellow. He rejoined ANU in August 2018.
- Using Interaction-Based Readouts to Approach the Ultimate Limit of Detection Noise Robustness for Quantum-Enhanced Metrology in Collective Spin Systems
arXiv preprint arXiv:1806.00057 (2018)
M Kritsotakis, SS Szigeti, JA Dunningham, SA Haine
Physical Review A 98 (2), 023629 (2018)
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