I am Andrea Muni and I work in Paris as a Ph.D. student in experimental atomic physics in the “Cavity quantum electrodynamics group” led by Prof. Michel Brune, Prof. Jean-Michel Raimond and Prof. Serge Haroche.
I was born in Tortona (Italy) in 1994. After high school, I pursued a bachelor degree in engineering at the Polytechnic of Turin. Next, I obtained a Master Degree in Applied Physics at the Ecole Polytechnique de Lausanne. Such program has been complemented by an internship at IBM Zuerich under the supervision of Dr. Stefan Filipp and the master thesis at the University of Cambridge under the supervision of Prof. Stafford Withington and Prof. Laszlo Forró.
Currently, my research is focused on the use of circular Rydberg atoms as tools to achieve quantum sensing of electric and magnetic fields with record sensitivity.