Cavity Quantum Electrodynamics

Cavity Quantum E-Dyn.

CQED Theory

About Us

Prof. Helmut Ritsch's Quantum Optics and Cavity Quantum Electrodynamics theory group is part of the Institute for Theoretical Physics of the University of Innsbruck, Austria. The group features two PostDocs and seven graduate students.

Helmut Ritsch
Professor

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About Helmut Ritsch

Helmut Ritsch was born in 1962 in Mieders, Tyrol. He concluded his university studies at Innsbruck in 1989 with a PhD in physics. Shortly thereafter, in 1993, he did his habilitation in theoretical physics. From that point on he has been leading a Quantum Optics and Cavity Quantum Electrodynamics research group at the university of Innsbruck. In almost three decades of academia Prof. Ritsch has been awarded many prestigious prizes, he has been guest lecturer at numerous renowned institutions around the world and he is routinely invited to present at colloquia and conferences. Prof. Ritsch is married and has two daughters. In his spare time he likes to enjoy nature, mostly in the form of sports like skiing or mountain biking.

Philipp Aumann
Master student

+43 512 507 52287

Claudiu Genes
Associated Senior Scientist

+43 512 507 52248

Daniela Holzmann
PhD student, maternity leave

+43 512 507 52288

Arthur Jungkind
PhD student

+43 512 507 52253

Sebastian Krämer
PhD student

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Farokh Mivehvar
PostDoc

+43 512 507 52248

Laurin Ostermann
PostDoc

+43 512 507 52204

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Stefan Ostermann
PhD student

+43 512 507 52288

Francesco Piazza
Associated Senior Scientist

+43 512 507 52255

David Plankensteiner
PhD student

+43 512 507 52289

Valentin Torggler
PhD student

+43 512 507 52288


Raimar Sandner
(2011-2016)

Torsten Hinkel
(2013-2015)

Dominik Winterauer
(2013-2015)

Tobias Grießer
(2007-2014)

Thomas Maier
(2013-2014)

Matthias Sonnleitner
(2010-2014)

Wolfgang Niedenzu
(2006-2014)

Kathrin Sandner
(2009-2013)

Hashem Zoubi
(2006-2012)

Erez Boukobza
(2010-2011)

Andras Vukics
(2004-2010)

Igor Mehkov
(2005-2010)

Thomas Salzburger
(2002-2008)

Christoph Maschler
(2004-2007)

Janos Asboth
(2004-2007)

Peter Domokos
(2000-2003)

Wieland Alge
(1995-1998)

Peter Horak
(1994-1996)