Silvia discovered her strong interest in the nature of quantum physics at the age of 15. During her last two years at high school she wrote a book on the principles of quantum theory at the boundary between popular science books and textbooks, which in 2006 was published by the German academic publisher Springer-Verlag and was translated into four languages.
In 2009 she graduated with a Bachelor’s degree in physics at Humboldt University Berlin, Germany.
At the CUA she is working as a visiting student on a joint experiment of Prof. V. Vuletic and Prof. M. Lukin groups which aims at investigating into few to sinlge laser-cooled atoms inside a hollow core photonic crystal fiber for studies of their nonlinear behavior towards an all-optical switch based on an advanced EIT scheme.
During her spare time she enjoys extended hiking tours besides a passion for reading, and spending time with her family and friends. Furthermore, animal protection and sensitizing the society towards environmental consciousness lie at the heart of her social interests.
- J-C. Jaskula, S. Arroyo Camejo, M. Lukin, A. Trifonov, E. Bauch, S.W. Hell, and R. L. Walsworth. Superresolution optical magnetic imaging and spectroscopy using individual electronic spins in diamonds. Optics Express, 25(10), 2017.