This course represents basic information in the field of radiation and counting of single photons. The principles of single photons counting with time correlation, modern methods of timeresolved microscopy and correlation spectroscopy, as well as their application in physics and life sciences are described in details. The issues of experimental quantum nanophotonics associated with the use of various materials for generating single photons, controlling their radiation and creating quantum devices on a chip are also considered.
- 5 points grading scale (5 – excellent, 4 – good, 3 – satisfactory, 2 – failed).
- Final grade is based on the final exam mostly.
- Each part of lecture contains a 15-min control test (3 tests total). Top students with the best average grade on the tests will have: +2 grade-level on the exam in case of only 1 mistake in all the 3 tests +1 grade-level on the exam in case of 2 mistakes in all the 3 tests
- Top students with the best grade on the seminar will have +1 grade-level on the exam.
- Top students with the best grade on the labs will have +1 grade-level on the exam.
- No options to retake tests, seminars and labs.