Anton Zeilinger

Scientific Advisor, Professor, University of Vienna
Anton Zeilinger

Anton Zeilinger is a professor of physics at the University of Vienna (previously Innsbruck). Professor Zeilinger is known for multiple experiments in the realm of quantum interferometry and the demonstration of quantum teleportation. His work influenced the experimental progress in a new sub-field of physics, quantum information theory. He has contributed to theoretical physics and the foundations of quantum mechanics - he has showed an amplification of the Einstein-Podolsky-Rosen paradox, where one considers three, instead of just two, entangled particles.

Research Interests:

  • Matter Wave Interferometry
  • Photonic Entanglement
  • Quantum Information Theory