Quantum Coherence Lab

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News from our Group

Interview by Radio SRF2, Wissenschaftsmagazin

Dominik was interviewed for the "Wissenschaftsmagazin" in radio SRF2 on the topic of the agreement between the EU and Switzerland with regards to the Swiss association to the EU research programs.
Saturday, 2.2.2018, 12:35 SRF2
Sunday, 3.2.2018, 18:30 SRF2
www.srf.ch/sendungen/wissenschaftsmagazin/forschungsabkommen-in-gefahr

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Henok Weldeyesus joins our group as a PhD student

Having received his MSc from Goethe-University Frankfurt on "Electronic transport in 2D lattices of Co nanoparticles", Henok is starting his PhD thesis on tunneling spectroscopy and helical states in quantum wires. Welcome to the group, looking forward to work with you!

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Project presentation of Qianqian Chen

After joining the CEO wire team 6 months ago from the Huazhong University of Science and Technology, China, within an INSPIRE fellowship from QSIT, Qianqian has successfully defended her project thesis today. After carefully figuring out how the voltages drop in the tunneling geometry used, the edge state velocities could be extracted properly, giving good agreement with a model based on hard wall confinement.

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PhD defense of Mirko Rehmann

Mirko Rehman successfully defended his PhD thesis "Hydrogen Plasma Defined Graphene Edges" today with Prof. Andras Kis, EPFL, as coreferee and Prof. Patrick Maletisnky chairing. Congratulations, Mirko, on a great thesis, and thanks very much for all the work!

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European Microkelvin Platform (EMP) launched today in Heidelberg

Kick-off meeting of the European Microkelvin Platform (EMP), a new advanced EU research infrastructure within H2020 launching today in Heidelberg! 8 access giving laboratories with 9 partners from academia and industry from across Europe! Exciting and hopeful day!! Pushing the frontiers of microkelvin science and technology and making it available to the broad community in nanoscience, quantum science and technology and condensed matter physics! emplatform.eu

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