To directly transfer knowledge about modern quantum optical, atomic, solid-state, and nano-mechanical technology to the coordinator (UP), both DTU and SU will provide intensive training during 20 short-term (1-3 weeks) and 6 mid-term (4-12 weeks) stays of at least 5 ESRs, 5 postdocs and 2 members of academic staff from UP team.
The researchers attending the training will report the results in 12 public talks to the NONGAUSS team at UP. They will be also summarized in 2 publicly available reviews about non-Gaussian quantum physics. As a part of the training, preparation of at least 6 joint experimental proposals with the project partners is planned. They will broadly extend the spectrum of collaboration between UP and its partners in the direction of novel quantum technology. The experimental proposals will serve as a background for at least 2 joint EU/bilateral grant proposals and individual fellowship applications. The experimental proposals and the grant proposals will be mutually beneficial for the coordinator and the project partners.
In 2021 the short-term training was started online due to the travel restrictions. The training missions are listed in the table below:
|Tainee||Place||Trainer(s)||UP Consultant||Start date|
|Olena Kovalenko||SU||Giacomo Sorelli, Srinivasan Kaali||Vladyslav Usenko||4.2.2021|
|Ivan Derkach||DTU||Nitin Jain, Tobias Gehring||Vladyslav Usenko||5.2.2021|
|Lukas Lachman||DTU||Alexander Huck, Jonas Neergaard-Nielsen||Vladyslav Usenko||19.2.2021|
|Lukas Lachman||SU||Beate Asenbeck, Thomas Nieddu, Jeremy Berroir||Lukas Slodicka||26.2.2021|
|Foroud Bemani||SU||Ulrich Busk Hoff||Ondrej Cernotik||2.3.2021|