Fellows

Prof. Dr. Joachim Ankerhold

Ulm University

Institute for Complex Quantum System

... is researching quantum dynamics at interfaces be tween solid state physics and quantum optics or chemistry and in the area of crossover with classical physics.

Prof. Dr. Manfred Berroth

University of Stuttgart

Institute of Electrical and Optical Communication Engineering

... is developing very fast and high-resolution digital-to-analog converters for the interface between computer and glass fiber for a faster Internet.

Prof. Dr. Hans-Peter Büchler

University of Stuttgart

Institute of Theoretical Physics III

... is on the trail of exotic states in the quantum world and their description in the context of many-body quantum theory.

Prof. Dr. Tommaso Calarco, Director IQST

Ulm University

Institute for Complex Quantum Systems

... is developing controlling techniques for many- body problems and wishes, by this means, to make quantum technologies more efficient.

Prof. Dr. Maria Daghofer

University of Stuttgart

Institute for Functional Matter and Quantum Technologies

… wants to understand material properties that are driven by the interactions between many quantum-mechanical particles.

Prof. Dr. Johannes Hecker Denschlag

Ulm University

Institute of Quantum Matter

... is is on the trail of elementary quantum chemical processes in the molecular bond and is trying to derive new methods from this.

Prof. Dr. Martin Dressel

University of Stuttgart

1st Institute of Physics

... is interested in the electronic and magnetic properties of low-dimensional correlated electron systems and novel quantum materials.

Prof. Dr. Norbert Frühauf

University of Stuttgart

Institute for Large Area Microelectronics

... is developing thin-film transistors with which, in the future, screens can be built from self-luminous organic substances, so-called OLEDs.

Prof. Dr. Harald Giessen

University of Stuttgart

4th Institute of Physics

... focuses on the combination of micro- and nano-optics in order to realize solid state quantum systems which can be easily interfaced with classical optical information channels, which utilizes methods of plasmonics, metamaterials and high-resolution 3D printing.

Prof. Dr.-Ing. Knut Graichen

Ulm University

Institute of Measurement, Control and Microtechnology

... is working in the field of system and control theory, in particular to develop efficient algorithms for constrained and energy efficient control of highly dynamical and complex systems.

Prof. Dr. Susana F. Huelga

Ulm University

Institute of Theoretical Physics

... is researching open quantum systems for applications in quantum technologies.

Prof. Dr. Fedor Jelezko

Ulm University

Institute of Quantum Optics

... is researching the application of diamond quantum sensors which, as highly sensitive quantum microscopes, can make the structures and functions of individual biomolecules visible.

Prof. Dr. Ute Kaiser

Ulm University

Central Facility for Materials Science Electron Microscopy

... is conducting research in the area of atomic and molecular imaging of defect centers in diamond quan-tum sensors and in biological molecules with the aid of aberration-corrected, low-voltage electron microscopy.

Prof. Dr. Bernhard Keimer

Max Planck Institute for Solid State Research, Stuttgart

Solid State Spectroscopy

... is exploring the technical application potential of materials which, owing to the quantum nature of their particles, exhibit exceptional magnetic properties.

Prof. Dr. Klaus Kern

Max Planck Institute of Solid State Research in Stuttgart

Nanoscale Science

... is focusing on the control of materials at the atomic and molecular level, enabling the design of systems and devices with properties determined by quantum behavior on the one hand and approaching functionalities of living matter on the other hand.

Prof. Dr. Alexander Kubanek

Ulm University

Institute of Quantum Optics

... is developing non-conventional light sources for applications in quantum information processing and in sensor technology.

Prof. Dr. Sabine Ludwigs

University of Stuttgart

Institute of Polymer Chemistry

... is manipulating functional polymer materials on the molecular and mesoscopic scale to control structure-function relationships for polymer electronic and electrochemical device applications.

Prof. Dr. Jochen Mannhart

Max Planck Institute of Solid State Research in Stuttgart

Solid State Quantum Electronics

... is designing, growing, and exploring quantum matter heterostructures to understand their potential for novel nanoscale devices that use the stunning effects of the quantum world.

Prof. Dr. Jens Michaelis

Ulm University

Institute of Biophysics

... is researching the movement and dynamics of individual proteins for a mechanistic understanding of important molecular biological processes.

Prof. Dr. Peter Michler

University of Stuttgart

Institute of Semi-conductor Optics and Functional Interfaces

... is researching semiconductor nanostructures in order to explore their potential for new types of light sources, e.g. single photon sources and sources for entangled photons.

Prof. Dr. Boris Mizaikoff

Ulm University

Institute of Analytical and Bioanalytical Chemistry

 

 

 

Prof. Dr. Simone Montangero

Ulm University

Institute for Complex Quantum Systems

... applies high-performance numerical methods to study many-body systems andengineer novel quantum technologies.

Prof. Dr. Tilman Pfau, Co-Director IQST

University of Stuttgart

5th Institute of Physics

... is researching the interaction of atoms in ultracold quantum gases, in order to generate new states of matter under controlled conditions.

Prof. Dr. Martin Plenio

Ulm University

Institute of Theoretical Physics

... is researching quantum information and  quantum technologies as well as their consequences and  applications in biology and medicine.

Prof. Dr. Wolfgang Schleich

Ulm University

Institute of Quantum Physics

... is concerned with questions of quantum mechanics and quantum optics where they overlap with gravitation and number theory.

Prof. Dr. Jörg Schulze

University of Stuttgart

Institute for Semiconductor Engineering

... is bringing the quantum world, with its new  materials, effects, and concepts, into  silicon-dominated microelectronics.

Prof. Dr. Joris van Slageren

University of Stuttgart

Institute of Physical Chemistry

... is researching molecular nanomagnets, in particular their use as molecular quantum bits.

Dr. Jurgen Smet

Max Planck Institute of Solid State Research in Stuttgart

Solid State Nanophysics

... is exploring novel ground states and functionalities of low dimensional condensed matter systems and devices carved out of semiconductor heterostructures or van der Waals heterostructures composed of stacked strictly two-dimensional materials.

Prof. Dr. Hidenori Takagi

Max Planck Institute of Solid State Research in Stuttgart, Quantum Materials

University of Stuttgart, Institute for Functional Matter and Quantum Technologies

... is exploring exotic states of electrons in quantum materials, such as quantum spin-liquid, superconductivity and spin-charge-orbital ordered states.

Prof. Dr. Karsten Urban

Ulm University

Institute for Numerical Mathematics

... is concerned with the numerical solving and  simulation of partial differential equations, with scientific calculation, and is also conducting  research in the area of reduced basic methods.

Prof. Dr. Jörg Wrachtrup

University of Stuttgart

3rd Institute of Physics

... is researching with diamonds and trying to use their special properties and flaws for quantum information processing.