Quantum Materials, Quantum Many Body Systems, Quantum Sensing

Ludwig-Maximilians-Universität München

Chair of Solid State Physics, Fakultät für Physik

Geschwister-Scholl-Platz 1

Raum N103

80539 Munich



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Moiré materials are an entirely novel class of materials, which show an unparalleled abundance of exotic quantum phases. Their study could answer key questions about the mechanisms which govern unconventional superconductors and strange metals, and may lead to revolutionary quantum sensing applications.


Main research focus: Quantum Materials, Quantum Many Body Systems, Quantum Sensing

Our group engineers exotic quantum effects in the emerging class of 2D van der Waals and moiré materials, and employs these for ground-breaking quantum sensing applications. We explore correlated, superconducting, magnetic and topological systems with a combination of transport, microwave and optical measurements at milli Kelvin temperatures, high magnetic fields (>35 Tesla) and on ultra-fast time-scales (femto Seconds) to study these materials.


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