Haruka Tanji-Suzuki

Haruka Tanji-Suzuki received her Ph.D. from Harvard University in 2011, studying strong photon-photon interaction mediated by atoms. After working on superconducting atom chip experiments at NTT Basic Research Laboratories (Japan) as a postdoc, she joined the Photon Science Center of the University of Tokyo and became a project research associate. Her current research interests include cavity quantum electrodynamics and quantum measurements using cold atoms.

Monika Schleier-Smith, Haruka Tanji-Suzuki Published January 21, 2014

Atomic and Molecular Physics | Quantum Information | Quantum Physics

Researchers characterize a single-photon source, proving it emits nonclassical states of light that may be useful for quantum communication schemes.