Georg H. Endress Postdoc fellows

Mónica Benito González

Loss group (BS) / Schätz group (FR)

Dr. Mónica Benito González

G.H.E. Fellow: Univ. of Basel, March 2020-present

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Postdoc: Univ. of Konstanz, 2017-2020

Education
  • PhD: Institute of Materials Science of Madrid, 2017
  • MSc: Complutense University of Madrid, 2013
  • Research interests

    Topology and quantum transport in periodically driven systems, spin qubits, long-distance qubit entanglement, cQED with quantum dots, quantum computing

Edoardo Carnio

Buchleitner group (FR) / Treutlein group (BS)

Dr. Edoardo Carnio

G.H.E. Fellow: ALU Freiburg, Sept. 2018-present

Education
  • PhD: Univ. of Warwick, 2018
  • MSc: ALU Freiburg, 2014
  • BSc: Univ. of Trieste, 2012
Research interests

Open quantum systems, quantum correlations, transport phenomena, Anderson localisation, disordered systems, nonlinear spectroscopy

Christoph Dittel

Buchleitner group (FR) / Sangouard group (BS)

Dr. Christoph Dittel

G.H.E. Fellow: ALU Freiburg, Nov. 2019-present

Education
  • PhD: Univ. of Innsbruck, 2019
  • MSc: Univ. of Innsbruck, 2014
  • BSc: Univ. of Innsbruck, 2012
Research interests

Many-body quantum physics, Quantum information, Quantum computation, Foundations of Quantum mechanics

Dr. Andreas Ketterer

G.H.E. Fellow: ALU Freiburg, Jan. 2019-present

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Postdoc: Univ. of Siegen, 2017-2018

Education
  • PhD: Univ. of Paris Diderot, 2016
  • MSc: Univ. of Freiburg, 2013
Research interests

Multipartite entanglement, Nonlocality and Contextuality, Pseudorandom quantum processes, Continuous-variable quantum information

Artem Kononov

Schönenberger group (BS) / Zacharias group (MÜ)

Dr. Artem Kononov

G.H.E. Fellow: Univ. of Basel, July 2018-present

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Researcher: ISSP RAS, Chernogolovka, 2016-2018

Education
  • PhD: ISSP RAS, Chernogolovka, 2016
  • MSc:  MIPT, Moscow, 2014
  • BSc:  MIPT, Moscow, 2012
Research interest

Topological materials, quantum transport, topological superconductivity, 2D TMDC, quantum computing

Andreas Kuhlmann

Warburton group (BS) / Thoss group (FR)

Dr. Andreas Kuhlmann

G.H.E. Fellow: Univ. of Basel, May 2018-present

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Postdoc: IBM Research, Zürich, 2016-2018

Postdoc: Univ. of Basel, 2014-2016

Education
  • PhD: Univ. of Basel, 2013
  • MSc: JMU, Würzburg, 2011
  • MPhys: Heriot-Watt University, Edinburgh, 2009
Research interest

Silicon spin qubits, semiconductor QDs, quantum computing, CMOS nanotechnology, circuit QED with QDs

Dmitry Miserev

Loss group (BS) / Breuer group (FR)

Dr. Dmitry Miserev

G.H.E. Fellow: Univ. of Basel, May 2018-present

Education
  • PhD: UNSW, Sydney, 2018
  • MSc: Novosibirsk State University, 2013
  • BSc: Novosibirsk State University, 2011
Research interests

Spin qubits, decoherence, topological quantum computing, Majorana fermions, hybrid semiconductor-superconductor structures

Alexander Mook

Loss group (BS) / Thoss group (FR)

Dr. Alexander Mook

G.H.E. Fellow: Univ. of Basel, April 2019-present

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Postdoc: Univ. of Halle-Wittenberg, 2017-2019

Education
  • PhD: Univ. of Halle-Wittenberg, 2017
  • MSc: Univ. of Halle-Wittenberg, 2013
  • BSc: Univ. of Halle-Wittenberg, 2011
    Research interests

    Symmetry and topology in condensed matter physics, theory of magnetism and emergent quantum phenomena, topological magnon materials, atomistic spin dynamics simulations, electronic and nonelectronic spin and heat transport

Junichi Okamoto

Thoss group (FR) / Bruder group (BS)

Dr. Junichi Okamoto

G.H.E. Fellow: ALU Freiburg, Jan. 2019-present

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Postdoc: Univ. of Hamburg, 2014-2017

Education
  • PhD: Columbia University, New York, 2014
Research interests

Strongly correlated electrons, quantum gases, and non-equilibrium physics

Thomas Walker

Schätz group (FR) / Treutlein group (BS)

Dr. Thomas Walker

G.H.E. Fellow: Univ. of Freiburg, July 2020-present

Education
  • PhD: University of Sussex (2020)
  • MSc: University of Sussex 2016
Research interests

Atomic physics, ion trapping, atom-ion interactions, cavity-QED

Amir Mohammadi

Schätz group (FR) / Stefan Willitsch

Dr. Amir Mohammadi

G.H.E. Fellow: Univ. of Freiburg, Sept. 2020-present

Education
  • PhD: University of Ulm, 2020
  • MSc: University of Zanjan, 2013
  • BSc: University of Zanjan, 2011
Research interests

Quantum simulation with cold atoms and ions, quantum computing with trapped ions, the hybrid atom-ions systems, cold controlled chemistry using (molecular) ions

Henry Legg

Klinovaja group (BS) / Buchleitner group (FR)

Dr. Henry Legg

G.H.E. Fellow: Univ. of Basel, Jan. 2021-present

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Postdoc: University of Cologne, 2019-2020

Education
  • PhD: University of Cologne, 2019
  • MSc: University of St. Andrews, 2015
Research interests

Topological states of matter, transport, Dirac materials, Majorana fermions, impurity physics, topological insulators and their nanowires, superconductivity

Former Georg H. Endress Postdoc fellows

Daniel Rieländer

Schätz group (FR) / Warburton group (BS)

Dr. Daniel Rieländer

Senior Scientist: Fraunhofer IOF Jena, Aug. 2019-present

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  • G.H.E. Fellow: ALU Freiburg, Sept. 2018 – July 2019
  • Postdoc: JPL, Pasadena, California, 2017-2018
Education
  • PhD: ICFO, Barcelona, 2016
  • MSc: TU Darmstadt, 2011
  • BSc: TU Darmstadt, 2009
Research interests

Experimental quantum optics, photon-photon correlations, photon-atom interaction, entanglement, trapped ions, quantum communication, quantum sensing, frequency combs.

Kirill Plekhanov

Klinovaja group (BS) / Schätz group (FR)

Dr. Kirill Plekhanov

Scientific Developer: Cambridge Quantum Computing, Dez. 2020 – present

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G.H.E. Fellow: Univ. of Basel, Oct. 2018 – Sept. 2020

Education
  • PhD: Ecole Polytechnique & Univ. Paris-Sud, 2018
  • MSc: ENS d’Ulm & Univ. Pierre et Marie Curie, Paris, 2015
  • BSc: Univ. Joseph Fourier, Grenoble, 2012
Research interests

Topological states of matter and many-body phenomena, quantum information and quantum computing, numerical simulations (exact diagonalization, tensor networks), quantum simulators