Uros Delic is a Senior Scientist in the group of Markus Aspelmeyer at the University of Vienna. His PhD research, conducted in the Aspelmeyer group, focused on cavity cooling of optically levitated nanoparticles. He defended his PhD thesis in 2019, for which he has received the Award of Excellence by the Austrian Ministry of Science, Research and Education. His research accomplishments include the first demonstration of motional quantum ground state cooling of a single nanoparticle and the demonstration of tunable dipole-dipole interactions between two particles. His current research focuses on quantum state engineering in a trap array of levitated particles and its application in quantum sensing and non-equilibrium physics.
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