MQV In Persona

At Munich Quantum Valley and its associated institutes, many young scientists are working together to develop competitive quantum computers in Bavaria and to advance quantum technologies in their entire range. Their research activities are as diverse as the researchers themselves. "MQV In Persona" gives personal insights into the MQV ecosystem.


Anna Rupp

MQV doctoral fellow at the Chair of Experimental Physics (LMU)

Reaching the goal step by step with patience and diligence. These qualities, along with a large dose of perseverance, have already brought Anna Rupp several successes, both in sports and in her research on ultrathin nanomaterials.

22 September 2023

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Timo Eckstein

PhD student at the Chair for Quantum Theory (FAU)

Understanding reality and playing an active role in shaping it is what drives Timo Eckstein. For this reason, he is developing quantum algorithms for the computing of the future in his doctoral studies.

25 August 2023

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Leon Sander

PhD student at the Chair for Quantum Theory (FAU)

As a child, Leon Sander wanted to be an astronaut; today he is a theoretical physicist with great passion. For him, his research is a way to express himself while contributing a small part to a big development.

21 July 2023

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Xiao-Ting Michelle To

PhD student at the Institute for Computer Science (LMU)

As part of the Munich Quantum Valley, Xiao-Ting Michelle To feels she is making a meaningful contribution to a great endeavor. With her research, she wants to simplify the complexity of quantum algorithms for users.

21 July 2023

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Lukas Burgholzer

Postdoc at the Chair for Design Automation (TUM)

Lukas Burgholzer enjoys his work so much that he sometimes finds it difficult to step away from it. The many challenges that still need to be solved in order to develop software for quantum computers are an incentive for the young computer scientist. His team is no less of a motivation.

21 July 2023

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