# Research Groups

The research groups listed bellow will participate in lecturing, tutoring and supervising PhD students in the IMPRS for Quantum Science and Technology. All these groups belong to the Munich Quantum Center.

For an overview of the research fields please go to this section.

For specific subjects please refer to the webpages of the individual groups by clicking the links bellow.

Prof. Immanuel Bloch

Quantum optics, quantum many body physics and ultracold atoms

Prof. Ignacio Cirac

Quantum optics, quantum many body physics and quantum information

Prof. Jonathan Finley

Semiconductor nanostructures, nanotechnology and quantum optics

Prof. Steffen Glaser

Quantum information, quantum control, NMR and spectroscopy

Dr. Christian Groß

Quantum optics, quantum many body physics and ultracold atoms

Prof. Rudolf Gross

Quantum information, quantum many body physics and mathematical foundations

Prof. Theodor Hänsch

Quantum many body physics, quantum optics and laser physics

Prof. Alexander Högele

Quantum nano-systems, quantum dots and quantum optics

Prof. Alexander Holleitner

Quantum nano-systems, quantum many body physics and optoelectronics

Prof. Michael Knap

Ultracold quantum gases, interacting light-matter systems, and correlated quantum materials

Prof. Robert König

Storage, manipulation and transmission of quantum information

Dr. Sergej Moroz

Topological phases in condensed matter, quantum fluids and universal few-body quantum physics

Prof. Belén Paredes

Quantum matter theory, quantum simulation, topological matter and quantum computation

Prof. Lode Pollet

Computational methods, ultracold atoms and quantum many body physics

Prof. Matthias Punk

Quantum matter, strongly correlated systems and ultracold gases

Prof. Friedemann Reinhard

Quantum sensoring, NMR spectroscopy and NV centers

Prof. Gerhard Rempe

Quantum optics, cold atoms and quantum many body physics

Dr. Richard Schmidt

Theory of quantum matter, few- to many-body physics with ultracold atoms, low-dimensional materials

Prof. Ulrich Schollwöck

Computational methods, condensed matter and quantum many body physics

Prof. Norbert Schuch

Quantum many body physics, topological phases of matter and strongly correlated quantum physics

Dr. Thomas Schulte-Herbrüggen

Quantum information and optics, and quantum nano-systems

Prof. Heinz Siedentop

Mathematical physics, atomic and quantum many body systems

Prof. Jan von Delft

Computational methods, condensed matter and quantum many body physics

Prof. Simone Warzel

Mathematical Physics, quantun many body and statistical physics, disordered systems

Prof. Harald Weinfurter

Quantum information, quantum many body systems and quantum optics

Prof. Thomas Weitz

Quantum-charge transport in nanoscopic materials, electronic properties of organic materials

Prof. Michael Wolf

Quantum information, quantum many body physics and mathematical foundations