Dr Gergely Ferenczi

Research Associate


Personal statement

I'm a post doctoral research associate in the Semiconductor Spectorscopy and Devices group. Currently my interests lie in electorn optics. In particular in how electron beams are diffracted by the imperfect periodic structures of semiconductors.
My backgroud is in (quantum) optics. I completed my PhD in Quantum Optics in the Quatum Theory group at the University of Glasgow and worked briefly in the Optics group (on the raytracer known as DrTIM).


Statistics of photon-subtracted and photon-added states
Barnett Stephen M, Ferenczi Gergely, Gilson Claire R, Speirits Fiona C
Physical Review A Vol 98 (2018)
Ray-optical transformation optics with ideal thin lenses makes omnidirectional lenses
Courtial Johannes, Tyc Tomáš, Bělín Jakub, Oxburgh Stephen, Ferenczi Gergely, Cowie Euan N, White Chris D
Optics Express Vol 26, pp. 17872-17888 (2018)
Holographic quantum imaging : reconstructing spatial properties via two-particle interference
Trautmann Nils, Ferenczi Gergely, Croke Sarah, Barnett Stephen M
Journal of Optics (United Kingdom) Vol 19 (2017)
Which-way information in a nested Mach-Zehnder interferometer
Potoček Václav, Ferenczi Gergely
Physical Review A - Atomic, Molecular, and Optical Physics Vol 92 (2015)
Spatially structured photons that travel in free space slower than the speed of light
Giovannini Daniel, Romero Jacquiline, Potoček Václav, Ferenczi Gergely, Speirits Fiona, Barnett Stephen M, Faccio Daniele, Padgett Miles J
Science Vol 347, pp. 857-860 (2015)
Two-particle multi-mode interference
Ferenczi Gergely, Potoček Václav, Barnett Stephen M
Journal of Optics (United Kingdom) Vol 16 (2014)

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