KANU SINHA

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Welcome to my webpage! I am a theoretical physicist working in Quantum Optics and Open Quantum Systems.

I am interested in quantum fluctuation phenomena, collective effects, and macroscopic quantum mechanics -- things such as, but not limited to, Casimir-Polder interactions, super- and sub-radiance, quantum Brownian motion, and decoherence -- and the possibility of engineering these effects. I am also interested in exploring non-Markovian dynamics of open quantum systems, wherein the memory effects of the environment can not be forgotten.

I enjoy working closely with experiments. In my brief stint as an experimental physicist over one summer, I built a Rb magneto-optical trap (MOT) while killing only 7 laser diodes in the process.
 

If you are interested in working together or just discussing physics for fun, please feel free to reach out!