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Atanasova

Desislava Atanasova

Desislava joined the group of Prof. Dr. Gerhard Kirchmair for her master's project on parametric amplifiers based on dispersion engineered Josephson junction arrays. She continues her research within the group with a new focus on exploring novel superconducting architectures for creating error-corrected logical quantum bits.

   E-Mail

  +43 512 507 0

Bergmeister

Stefan Bergmeister

Stefan joined the experimental group of Prof. Dr. Paul Scheier. He studied helium nanodroplets during his diploma thesis in the group of Prof. Dr. Paul Scheier at the University of Innsbruck. He continues his work, building up and measuring with a novel experiment to gain new knowledge about cluster science.

   E-Mail

  +43 512 507 52673

Elvia Colella

Elvia Colella

Elvia joined the group of Prof. Dr. Helmut Ritsch and works on many-body phenomena in ultra-cold gases coupled to optical resonators. She received her Master in Physics at the University of Pisa. 

  E-Mail

  +43 512 507 52203

Czopak

Ulrich Czopak

Ulrich joined the Photonics group of Prof. Dr. Gregor Weihs in 2016 for his Master thesis on spectroscopy of coupled micropillars. He continues to work on confined systems of exciton-polaritons in the doctoral programme with the aim to generate quantum states of light with partly light, partly matter quasiparticles. 

  E-Mail

  +43 512 507 52570

Krammer

Franziska Dahlmann

Franziska studies low-frequency vibrational modes in cold ionic complexes in the laboratory of Prof. Dr. Roland Wester and at the FELIX FEL facility in Nijmegen, the Netherlands. The latter allows access to the far-infrared frequency range for vibrational spectroscopy of weakly bound negative ions.

  E-Mail

  +43 512 507 52754

Deeg

Lukas Deeg

Lukas joined the group of Prof. Dr. Gerhard Kirchmair for the Superconducting Quantum Micromechanics project. He investigates the coupling of superconducting circuits to mechanical resonators with the aim to explore and harness quantum effects on macroscopic scales. He received his Master’s degree in Physics from the Ruprecht-Karls University of Heidelberg.

  E-Mail

  +43 512 507 52545

Ebenbichler

Alexander Ebenbichler

Alexander is part of the Galactic Astrophysics group of Prof. Norbert Przybilla at the Institute of Astro- and Particle Physics. He is studying polyacenes as possible carriers of diffuse interstellar bands. He did his master thesis in Innsbruck on Quantitative Analysis of WINERED spectra of cepheids.

  E-Mail

  +43 512 507 52107 

Englbrecht

Matthias Englbrecht

Matthias studies applications of multipartite entanglement in the group of Prof.a Dr. Barbara Kraus. He received his Master in Physics from Ludwig-Maximilian University and Technical University of Munich with the thesis Robust preparation of logical basis states in planar codes.

  E-Mail

  +43 512 507 52283

Isabella Fritsche

Isabella Fritsche

Isabella joined the FeLiKx experiment of Prof. Dr. Rudolf Grimm, where she plans to do experiments with a species-selective optical lattice. She received her Master in Physics at the University of Innsbruck on Sub-Doppler Cooling of Fermionic Lithium.

  E-Mail

  +43 512 507 4769

Katharina Geistlinger

Katharina Geistlinger

Katharina studies water clusters and chromophores in the terahertz spectroscopy laboratory of Prof. Dr. Roland Wester. She received her Master in Physics at the University of Innsbruck on A Tunable Terahertz-System for Continuous-Wave Molecular Spectroscopy.

  E-Mail

  +43 512 507 52764

Goschin

Florian Goschin

Florian joined the quantum interfaces group of Prof.a Tracy Northup where he is studying the coupling of a hybrid system consisting of an single ion and a levitated nanoparticle to an optical cavity. He received his Master in Physics at the LMU Munich, where he developed a spectroscopic technique to perform temperature measurements on the nanoscale using plasmonic nanoparticles.

  E-Mail

  +43 512 507 52486

Gstir Thomas

Thomas Gstir

Thomas joined the group of Prof. Dr. Roland Wester at the Institute for Ion Physics and Applied Physics, where he studies ion-molecule reactions and their underlying mechanisms in crossed-beam scattering experiments. Prior to that, he received his Master in Material and Nanoscienes at the University of Innsbruck. 

  E-Mail

  +43 512 507 52634

Heller

Jakob Heller

Jakob studies hydrated metal ions with an ion cyclotron resonance mass spectrometer in the group of Prof. Dr. Martin Beyer. He received his Master in Physics at the University of Innsbruck on Infrared Multiphoton Dissociation of Cesium Iodide Clusters Doped with Peptides.

  E-Mail

  +43 512 507 52693

Holzinger

Raphael Holzinger

Raphael joined the group of Prof. Dr. Helmut Ritsch and works on collective phenomena in dipole-dipole interacting quantum emitters and photon-mediated atomic interactions. He received his Master in Physics at the University of Innsbruck under the supervision of Prof. Dr. Helmut Ritsch.

  E-Mail

  +43 512 507 52287

HorvathM

Milena Horvath

Milena works on the CsIII experiment in the team of Prof. Dr. Hanns-Christoph Nägerl. She received her Master in Physics at the University of Otago on Energy dependent scattering of ultracold atoms about a Feshbach resonance

  E-Mail

  +43 512 507 52447

Houwman

Arfor Houwman

Arfor joined the group of Prof. Dr. Francesca Ferlaino to study dipolar quantum gases within the Erbium team. He received his MSc from the Université Paris-Saclay and Ecole Normale Superieure finishing with an internship on quantum droplets.

  E-Mail

  +43 512 507 52439

Jin

Shan Jin

Shan joined the group of Prof. Dr. Martin Beyer. He studies spectroscopy of ionic iron compounds with a Fourier-Transform - Ion Cyclotron Resonance Mass Spectrometer. He received his Master of Science in Optics from the South China Normal University.

  E-Mail

  +43 512 507 52695

Jerbi

Sofiene Jerbi

Sofiene joined the group of Prof. Dr. Hans J. Briegel, where he investigates the speed-ups that quantum computers can offer in reinforcement learning and machine learning. He received his Engineering Degree (Dipl.-Ing.) in Computer Science from the Institut Mines-Télécom in France.

  E-Mail

  +43 512 507 52245

Karli

Yusuf Karli

Yusuf works on producing multi-photon states from quantum dots in the Photonics group of Prof. Dr. Gregor Weihs. He received his MSc from Izmir Institute of Technology with the thesis Quantum Walks: Entanglement Between Spatial Degrees of Freedom and Interference in Multi-Photon Walks.

  E-Mail

  +43 512 507 52563

Kollotzek

Siegfried Kollotzek

Sigi is a member of the Nano-Bio-Physics group of Prof. Dr. Paul Scheier where he investigates nanoclusters, produced inside of highly charged superfluid helium droplets.  He received his Master in Biomedical Technologies at the University of Tübingen.

  E-Mail

  +43 512 507 52671

Kondrak

Matthias Kondrak

Matthias joined the quantitative spectroscopy group of Prof. Norbert Przybilla in the Institute for Astro- and Particle Physics. During his physics-Master studies at the University of Innsbruck he worked on a spectroscopic atlas of the A8 IB supergiant HD 80404 in the near-IR.

  E-Mail

  +43 512 507 52106

Li

Nicky Kai Hong Li

Nicky worked on Application of the Flag-State Squashing Model to Numerical Quantum Key Distribution Security Analysis for his MSc thesis at the University of Waterloo in Canada. Within the group of Prof.a Dr.Barbara Kraus he will be studying multipartite entanglement of physically relevant quantum states in quantum computing or condensed matter systems.

  E-Mail

  +43 512 507 tba

Maloberti

Julián Maloberti

Julián joined the T-REQS experiment in the group of Prof. Dr Francesca Ferlaino, where he aims to trap single Erbium atoms in Tweezers for quantum simulations. He attended the University of Milano and graduated with a thesis on the superfluidity of the supersolid at the CNR-INO of Pisa

  E-Mail

  +43 512 507 tba

Purushu

Sruthi Purushu

Sruthi from India finished her Master's degree at Cochin University of Science and Technology, Kerala and joined the the DK-programm in the group of Prof. Dr. Roland Wester. She will focus on the spectroscopic study of interstellar anions.

   E-Mail

  +43 512 507 52630

Rakchev

Artem Rakcheev

Artem from Germany works in the group of Prof. Dr. Andreas Läuchli. He joined the DK-programme in August 2017 and currently investigates the dynamics of quantum spin systems in the context of quantum annealing. Artem obtained a Master's degree in Physics from the Ludwig-Maximilian University of Munich.

  E-Mail

  +43 512 507 52223

 

Malcolm Simpson

Malcolm Simpson

Malcolm from Great Britain joined the group of Prof. Dr. Roland Wester, where he works on laser spectroscopy of trapped molecular ions of astrochemical interest. He received his Master of Science in Physics from the Imperial College in London. 

  E-Mail

  +43 512 507 52756

Soave

Elisa Soave

Elisa joined the DynamiK experiment of Prof. Dr. Rudolf Grimm, where she is working on a new Fermi-Fermi mixture of Dy and K. She attended the University of Pisa and developed her Master project on The design and characterization of a microscope objective at LKB in Paris.

  E-Mail

  +43 512 507 52416

Sohmen

Maximilian Sohmen

Max studied physics in Heidelberg and spent the last year of his MSc programme at the University of Cambridge, where he worked on Fast Production of Strongly-Interacting Bose Gases. He joined the group of Prof.a Dr. Francesca Ferlaino in the RARE team and he will focus on the development of a new optical-lattice setup for dipolar quantum gases.

  E-Mail

  +43 512 507 4750

Lea Trenkwalder

Lea Trenkwalder

Lea joined the group of Prof. Dr. Hans J. Briegel and works on the application of artificial intelligence in quantum experiments. She received her Master in Physics at the University of Innsbruck on the topic of Protective Simulation with multi-layered compositional memory applied to partially observable problems. 

  E-Mail

  +43 512 507 52225

Unnikrishnan

Govind Unnikrishnan

Govind joined the group of Prof. Dr. Hanns-Christoph Nägerl in the ultracold potassium-cesium molecules project. He received his MSc degree from the Indian Institute of Science Education and Research (IISER), Pune with a master's thesis on Quantum Noise & Actuator Based Control in Spin Ensembles.

  E-Mail

  +43 512 507 52432

Wessmayer

David Wessmayer

David is part of the quantitative spectroscopy group of Prof. Dr. Norbert Przybilla and works on the high-precision characterisation of interstellar sightlines. He received his Master in Physics at the University of Innsbruck on Surface CNO-Abundances in B-Type Supergiants.

   E-Mail

  +43 512 507 52108

Wilhelm

Patrick Wilhelm

Patrick is a member of the quantum condensed matter theory group of Prof. Dr. Andreas Läuchli and joined the DK in October 2020 to continue his research of strong correlations in solid state systems. For his Master's degree, he investigated the effects of Coulomb interactions in the flat Moiré bands of twisted bilayer graphene heterostructures via numerical simulations.

   E-Mail

  +43 512 507 52231

Zamarski

Krzysztof Zamarski

Krzysztof works on the ultracold KCs molecules experiment in the group of Prof. Dr. Hanns-Christoph Nägerl. He received his MSc from the University of Cambridge in 2020, with a thesis titled Quantum Phase Transition in a Driven System

  E-Mail

  +43 512 507 52448

 

Zanner

Maximilian Zanner

Max graduated at the Karlsruher Institute for Technology in Germany in 2016. His research included measuring non-reciprocal effects in waveguide quantum electrodynamics with superconducting qubits. He joined the group of Prof. Dr. Gerhard Kirchmair, where he is working on analog quantum simulations.

  E-Mail

  +43 512 507 52595


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