We will build and optimize a portable source of quantum mechanically entangled photons. We will measure their polarization with a polarizer whose angle is set by incoming star light. We also need to build the device that takes the star light and turns it into an electronic signal and the device that turns that electronic signal into a polarizer rotation. We will build interferometers and something called a quantum eraser.
This research can only take place on campus, so if there is no on-campus research this summer, I won't be able to support you.
As far as I know, there are only two projects that do things with both entangled photons and astronomy. This is one. Join if you are interested in applying your knowledge of optics and electronics to either quantum entanglement or astronomy.