Graduate students members of IMPRS-QST
Meet our PhD students!
The International Max Planck Research School for Quantum Science and Technology is a training center for more than 35 PhD students from over 15 research groups.
For contact and other details, please refer to the webpages of the individual members by clicking the links below.
Investigation of alkaline earth-like fermionic quantum gases in optical lattices
Non-equilibrium dynamics in strongly correlated quantum systems
Numerical simulation of quantum many body dynamics using tensor network algorithms
Development of computer algorithms for quantum-many body problems based on tensor networks, and their applications to problems in low and high-energy physics
Development of algorithms for quantum many-body problems using tensor networks
Development of 'non-Gaussian' methods to describe many-body quantum systems
Quantum optical properties of semiconductor nanomaterials
Cluster dynamical mean field theory for the quantum dimer model
Opto-Electric Characterization of NV centers in Diamond
Coupling of atomically thin two-dimensional materials to plasmonic nanostructures
Quantum Acoustics - Quantum Simulation with Surface Acoustic Waves
Many-body localization of ultracold atoms in random optical potentials
Color centers in semiconductors as solid state quantum emitters
Using dual fermions for nonlocal extensions of dynamical mean-field theory
Symmetries and Topological Order in Quantum Many-Body Systems
Quantum Information Processing with Single Atoms in an Optical Cavity
Beschreibung von quantenkritischen Punkten mit feldtheoretischen Renormierungsgruppen-Methoden
Numerical algorithms for Simulation of Quantum Many Body Systems
Computing the four-point vertex for quantum impurity models