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Kalle Kansanen

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My research is theoretical pen and paper physics using the tools developed to describe open quantum systems. I am mainly interested in physics for future quantum technologies that involve light-matter interaction in its many different forms. I finished my doctoral dissertation and degree in 2022, continued to work as a postdoctoral researcher in Mesoscopic Physics Group, lead by prof. Peter Samuelsson, and was awarded the Marie Curie Postdoctoral Fellowship in 2024 to continue until 2026.


Currently, I am working on the theoretical description of the statistics of photon emissions and absorbtions in microwave cavities. Our most recent work has been published in Physical Review Research.


Text updated on 27.2.2024.

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Division of Mathematical Physics, Department of Physics, room B319



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