During my PhD studies I participated in experiments on storage of quantum states inside atomic medium (so-called quantum memory). I have shown that it is possible to store and retrieve on-demand multiple photons as well as change the properties of resulting entangled state, using the spatial light modulator (SLM). The main motivation has been the creation of single-photon processor able to perform specific tasks for more complicated quantum circuits. Based on my previous experience I have started the postdoctoral fellow in the field of quantum optics with scattering media, having in the back of my head the applications for biological imaging. In my research project I tried to build a quantum simulator based on wavefront shaping + scattering processes in complex media. The fascinating world of light scattering brings me to the second postdoctoral position in the current group where I realized the project about two-photon fluorescence of the human eye to avoid scattering and absorption in the eye coming from visible-light excitation which paves the way for better understanding of a vision process.
- A. Makowski, M. Dąbrowski, I. Antolovic, C. Bruschini, H. Defienne, E. Charbon, R. Łapkiewicz, S. Gigan, “Large Reconfigurable Quantum Circuits with SPAD Arrays and Multimode Fibers”, arXiv: 2305.16206 (2023)
- J. Bogusławski, S. Tomczewski, M. Dąbrowski, K. Komar, J. Milkiewicz, G. Palczewska, K. Palczewski, M. Wojtkowski, “In vivo imaging of the human retina using a two-photon excited fluorescence ophthalmoscope”, STAR Protoc. 4(2), 102225 (2023).
- M. Parniak, M. Mazelanik, A. Leszczyński, M. Lipka, M. Dąbrowski, W. Wasilewski, “Quantum Optics of Spin Waves through ac Stark Modulation”, Phys. Rev. Lett. 122(6), 063604 (2019).
- M. Dąbrowski}, M. Mazelanik, M. Parniak, A. Leszczyński, M. Lipka, W. Wasilewski, “Certification of high-dimensional entanglement and Einstein-Podolsky-Rosen steering with cold atomic quantum memory”, Phys. Rev. A 98(4), 042126 (2018).
- A. Leszczyński, M. Mazelanik, M. Lipka, M. Parniak, M. Dąbrowski, W. Wasilewski, “Spatially resolved control of fictitious magnetic fields in a cold atomic ensemble”, Opt. Lett. 43(5), 1147-1150 (2018).
- M. Parniak, M. Dąbrowski, M. Mazelanik, A. Leszczyński, M. Lipka, W. Wasilewski, “Wavevector multiplexed atomic quantum memory via spatially-resolved single-photon detection”, Nat. Commun. 8, 2140 (2017).
- M. Dąbrowski, M. Parniak, W. Wasilewski, “Einstein–Podolsky–Rosen paradox in a hybrid bipartite system”, Optica 4(2), 272-275 (2017).
- R. Chrapkiewicz, M. Dąbrowski, W. Wasilewski, “High-Capacity Angularly Multiplexed Holographic Memory Operating at the Single-Photon Level”, Phys. Rev. Lett. 118(6), 063603 (2017).
- M. Mazelanik, M. Dąbrowski, W. Wasilewski, “Correlation steering in the angularly multimode Raman atomic memory”, Opt. Express 24(19), 21995-22003 (2016).
- M. Dąbrowski, R. Chrapkiewicz, W. Wasilewski, “Magnetically tuned, robust and efficient filtering system for spatially multimode quantum memory in warm atomic vapors”, J. Mod. Opt. 63(20), 2029-2038 (2016).
- M. Dąbrowski, R. Chrapkiewicz, W. Wasilewski, “Hamiltonian design in readout from room-temperature Raman atomic memory”, Opt. Express 22(21), 26076-26090 (2014).
- M. Dąbrowski, M. Parniak, D. Pęcak, R. Chrapkiewicz, W. Wasilewski, “Spontaneuos and Parametric Processes in Warm Rubidium Vapours”, Latvian J. Phys. Tech. Sci. 51(5), 21-34 (2014).
Two-Photon Excited-Fluorescence Scanning Laser Ophthalmoscope (TPEF-SLO)
The ability to noninvasively access metabolic processes during the visual cycle is crucial for developing therapies against retinal degenerative diseases. We have developed a protocol for obtaining in vivo two-photon excited fluorescence images of the fundus in the human eye. The visual cycle is a series of chemical transformations during which various fluorescent intermediates are […]