# Research Groups

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

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. Monika Aidelsburger

Ultracold atoms in optical lattices, topology, many-body physics

### Dr. Mari Carmen Bañuls

Tensor network methods, quantum many-body systems out-of-equilibrium, lattice gauge theories, constrained dynamical models and numerical simulation of quantum many-body systems

### Prof. Immanuel Bloch

Quantum optics, quantum many body physics and ultracold atoms

### Prof. Ignacio Cirac

Quantum optics, quantum many body physics and quantum information

### Dr. Frank Deppe

Superconducting quantum circuits and nanomechanics

### Dr. Stephan Dürr

Bose Einstein Condensation

### 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

Non-equilibrium quantum dynamics, ultracold quantum gases, correlated quantum Materials

### Prof. Johannes Knolle

Theory of Quantum Matter, Correlated and Topological Materials, Non-Equilibrium Dynamics

### 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. Kai Müller

Photonic quantum engineering and nanostructure quantum photonics

### 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. Frank Pollmann

Topological matter, quantum many body physics, and computational methods

### Prof. Menno Poot

Quantum technology, optomechanics and integrated quantum optics

### 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