Congratulations to the IMPRS-QST alumni on their PhD! And a big thanks to all of them for helping shape the profile of our program with their presence, their research and their feedback.

The list of program graduates and their doctoral thesis titles is organized by graduation date.

Thomas Kohlert (June 2021): Probing weak ergodicity breaking in the one-dimensional Fermi-Hubbard model

Dominik Irber (June 2021): Robust all-optical single-shot readout of nitrogen-vacancy centers in diamond

Christoph Sünderhauf (April 2021): Chaos in Many-Body Quantum Systems

Nelson Darkwah Oppong (April 2021): Probing many-body physics with multiorbital quantum gases

Anna Hackenbroich (February 2021): Entanglement in chiral topological systems

Martina Gschwendtner (February 2021): Programmable Quantum Processors

Annabelle Bohrdt (February 2021): Probing strongly correlated many-body systems with quantum simulation

Sebastian Scherg (February 2021): Probing nonequilibrium dynamics in Fermi-Hubbard chains – from extensively-many to few conserved quantities

Karen Wintersperger (August 2020): Realization of Floquet Topological Systems with Ultracold Atoms in Optical Honeycomb Lattices

Nicola Pancotti (July 2020): Methods for Quantum Dynamics, Localization and Quantum Machine Learning

Johannes Knörzer (June 2020): Semiconductor-Based Electron Lattices for Quantum Information Processing

Sebastian Huber (May 2020): A model study of momentum-selective Mott physics: numerical approaches and effective models for hole-doped Mott insulators

Antonio Rubio Abadal (April 2020): Probing Quantum Thermalization and Localization in Bose-Hubbard systems

Fabian Kugler (October 2019): Renormalization group approaches to strongly correlated electron systems

Dimitri Pimenov (July 2019): Beyond the Landau-Ginzburg-Wilson paradigm: Analytical studies of non-standard quantum criticality

Konstantin Merz (April 2019): Über die Grundzustandsdichte relativistischer Coulomb-Systeme

Simon Weidinger (December 2018): Non-equilibrium Field Theory of Condensed Matter Systems – Periodic Driving and Quantum Quenches


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