Our research group studies electronic properties of semiconducting and metallic nanostructures, with focus on electronic transport at low temperatures as well as applications in medical physics.
Our goals are tests of fundamental symmetries and theories, the determination of fundamental constants, and the search for dark matter. To do this, we carry out precision measurements with atoms, molecules, optical resonators and lasers.
Our group works on the theory of topologically nontrivial quantum materials, e.g., on topological superconductors, spin liquids, twisted graphene bilayers, and on Weyl semimetals.
Our research focuses on fundamental topics in quantum information processing, in particular on entanglement and non-locality, quantum communication, quantum repeater, quantum error correction, quantum networks, and analyses of experimental implementations.
Theoretical challenges that come along with intermediate sized and large quantum systems are our focus. Our research includes classical simulations, characterization from measurements, quantum machine learning, quantum computing and aspects of computational complexity.