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ONLINE COLLOQUIUM: "Squeezed Light in a Nutshell" by Sebastian Steinlechner (Maastricht University)
This colloquium will be online only:
Squeezed light has become an integral part of gravitational wave detectors, where it increases the sensitivity to beyond the shot-noise level. The question why and how this works is however often shrouded in a bit of mystery. Here I will try to explain the very basics of squeezed light: the idea behind it, how it is produced, how it helps in interferometry, and where the challenges lie.
ZOOM RECORDING: https://nikhef.zoom.us/rec/share/xdxlBr3q6mNIe6Pg1lHBc_JwEoPneaa82yVP-qUInk8u057MDtQsgd7zH0RPq63h?startTime=1591347728000