Basel Universität

Prof. Dr. Dominik Zumbühl

associate professor
Department of Physics
Swiss Nanoscience Institute SNI
Klingelbergstrasse 82
CH-4056 Basel
Switzerland

tel +41 (0)61 267 3693 (office)
+41 (0)61 267 3687 (secretary)
fax +41 (0)61 267 3784
 
office: 1.16
labs: cryo lab -1.3 (E001)
cryo hall -1.3 (E002)
prep lab 3.14

Biographical Information

Dominik Zumbühl, born 1974 in Zürich, received a diploma in physics in 1998 from ETH Zürich, where he completed a diploma thesis in the Ultrafast Laser Physics Group of Prof. Ursula Keller. Subsequently, he started working on his doctorate in mesoscopic physics at Stanford University in the lab of Prof. Charles Marcus. In 2000, Dominik relocated together with Dr. Marcus's group to Harvard University, where, in 2004, he obtained a Ph. D. with the title "Coherence and Spin in GaAs Quantum Dots". He then joined the group of Prof. Marc Kastner at MIT as a postdoctoral fellow.

In April 2006, Dominik was appointed as a tenure track assistant professor in the Department of Physics at University of Basel, where he has set up the Quantum Coherence Laboratory performing quantum transport experiments. In 2008, he has received one of the prestigious Starting Grants of the European Research Council (ERC) in the first ERC call, where only 3% of proposals were funded (more...). In April 2012, Dominik was awarded tenure and was promoted to associate professor (UniNews).

Dominik enjoys traveling, skiing, singing, cooking, (ballroom) dancing and hopes (in the not so far future) to be able to devote a little bit of his time to his old passion: singing, and playing piano.

CV: short, long

«Zuckerwelten»: Wissenschaft auf der Bühne das Theaters Basel
Alice, Bob und Eve – zur Kunst der Physik, 17.9.2012 more...