MQV research groups

We have a wide range of expertise in the field of quantum science, as can be seen from the list of our research groups.

Research Group Affiliation(s) Keywords  
Prof. Monika Aidelsburger LMU-PH quantum simulator, cold atoms in optical lattices
Prof. Mikhail Belkin TUM-CIT / WSI optoelectronics, integrated photonics, metamaterials
Prof. Pramod Bhatotia TUM-IN operating systems, distributed architectures, virtualization
Dr. Sebastian Blatt
MPQ quantum simulator, cold atoms in optical lattices
Prof. Immanuel Bloch LMU-PH, MPQ
quantum simulator, cold atoms in optical lattices, rydberg atoms
Prof. Holger Boche TUM-CIT quantum information theory, quantum computing, quantum communication
Prof. Martin Brandt TUM-PH / WSI dopants and defects in semiconductors for quantum applications, EPR, ESR
Dr. Christian Carlowitz FAU-EEI millikelvin electronics, RF system design, RF measurement techniques, applied quantum technologies
Prof. Juan Ignacio Cirac MPQ / TUM-PH quantum optics, quantum information theory, quantum many-body physics, tensor networks
Dr. Frank Deppe TUM-PH / WMI solid-based quantum systems, superconducting quantum circuits, quantum communication, quantum sensing
Dr. Christian Deppe TUM-EI quantum information theory, quantum communication, quantum networks
Prof. Claudia Eckert FhG-AISEC / TUM-IN quantum cryptography, static code analysis, secure/private computation, machine learning applications for IT Security
Prof. Martin Eckstein FAU-PH strongly correlated quantum many-body systems, non-equilibrium quantum dynamics, dynamical mean-field theory
Prof. Dmitri K. Efetov LMU low-dimensional quantum materials, quantum sensing, quantum networks
Prof. Stefan Filipp TUM-PH / WMI solid-based quantum systems, superconducting quantum circuits, nanomechanical systems
Prof. Jonathan Finley TUM-PH / WSI semiconductor nanostructure, nanotechnology, quantum optics
Dr. Simon Fölling LMU-PH quantum simulator, cold atoms in optical lattices
Prof. Steffen Glaser TUM-CH nuclear magnetic resonance, magnetic resonance imaging, quantum computing, biopolymers
Prof. Rudolf Gross WMI / TUM-PH solid-based quantum systems, superconducting quantum circuits, magnetism, spintronics, correlated electron systems
Prof. Michael Hartmann FAU-PH superconducting quantum circuits, quantum algorithms, nanomechanical systems, quantum optics
Prof. Albert Heuberger FhG-IIS integrated electronics, applied quantum technologies, high-performance signal processing platform, quantum algorithms for applications, cloud and infrastructure
Prof. Alexander Högele LMU-PH quantum nano-systems, quantum dots, quantum optics
Prof. Alexander Holleitner TUM-PH / WSI single-atom circuits, topological materials and electronics, excitonic many-body states including Bose-Einstein condensates, femtosecond on-chip electronics
Dr. Hans Hübl TUM-PH / WMI solid-based quantum systems, superconducting quantum circuits, magnetism, spintronics
Prof. Christian Jirauschek TUM-CIT theoretical and computational photonics, nanoelectronics, nano-optoelectronics
Prof. Michael Knap TUM-PH strongly correlated quantum many-body systems, non-equilibrium quantum dynamics, ultracold quantum gases
Prof. Johannes Knolle TUM-PH strongly correlated quantum many-body systems, quantum phases of matter, quantum spin liquid
Prof. Robert König TUM-MA quantum information theory, quantum fault-tolerance, quantum algorithms
Prof. Dieter Kranzlmüller LMU-IN high-performance computing, quantum computing
Prof. Christoph Kutter FhG-EMFT / UniBW silicon-based semiconductor technology, quantum computing
Prof. Claudia Linnhoff-Popien LMU-IN quantum computing, machine learning
PD Dr. habil. Jeanette Miriam Lorenz FhG-IKS dependable quantum computing, quantum machine learning, dependable quantum applications
Dr. Jürgen Lorenz FhG-IISB semiconductor device simulation, semiconductor technology simulation, modeling and artificial intelligence
Prof. Florian Marquardt MPL, FAU-PH cavity optomechanics and nanomechanics, quantum information processing, quantum many-body physics, machine learning for physics
Dr. Achim Marx TUM-PH / WMI solid-based quantum systems, superconducting quantum circuits, nanomechanical systems
Prof. Christian Mendl TUM-IN strongly correlated quantum many-body systems, quantum computing, transport properties of physical systems
Prof. Roland Nagy FAU-EEI RF microelectronics, system design, integrated electronics, applied quantum technologies
Dr. Janis Noetzel TUM-CIT quantum information theory, quantum networks, quantum signal processing
Prof. Lode Pollet LMU-PH strongly correlated quantum many-body systems, cold atoms in optical lattices, quantum Monte Carlo methods
Prof. Frank Pollmann TUM-PH strongly correlated quantum many-body systems, topological phases of matter, tensor networks
Dr. Andreas Reiserer TUM-PH / MPQ quantum networks, distributed quantum information processing, spin qubits
Dr. Christian Schilling LMU-PH quantum information theory, quantum chemistry, strongly correlated quantum many-body systems
Prof. Kai Phillip Schmidt FAU-PH condensed matter physics, quantum optics, quantum information, topological and frustrated magnetism
Prof. Ulrich Schollwöck LMU-PH strongly correlated quantum many-body systems, cold atoms in optical lattices, tensor networks
Dr. Thomas Schulte-Herbrüggen TUM-CH nuclear magnetic resonance, magnetic resonance imaging, quantum computing
Prof. Martin Schulz TUM-IN high-performance computing, quantum computing
Prof. Helmut Seidl TUM-IN automatic program analysis, programming languages, semi-structured data, tree-automata
Prof. Marc Tornow TUM-CIT molecular electronics, functional electronic materials, resistive switching devices, nanopores
Prof. Jan von Delft LMU-PH strongly correlated quantum many-body systems, tensor networks, functional renormalization group
Prof. Martin Vossiek FAU-EEI RF microelectronics, system design, integrated electronics, applied quantum technologies
Prof. Robert Weigel FAU-EEI RF microelectronics, system design, integrated electronics, applied quantum technologies
Prof. Harald Weinfurter LMU-PH quantum information, quantum optics
Prof. Robert Wille TUM-CIT quantum computing, microfluidics, conventional computing
Dr. Johannes Zeiher MPQ quantum simulator, cold atoms in optical lattices, rydberg atoms

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