Teaching in 2017
- as Course Coordinator and Lecturer
Theoretical Solid-State Physics, Quantum Physics, Nanoscience, Spintronics
My background and professional expertise is in theoretical condensed-matter physics. I am particularly interested in the description of mesoscopic and strongly correlated many-particle systems that are typically found in semiconductor heterostructures, complex/unconventional materials (such as graphene), and trapped ultra-cold atom gases.
My current research is focused on the theory and modelling of functional nanostructures, nano-electronic transport and spin-electronic devices, with applications in quantum information theory. In addition to working on purely theoretical problems, I enjoy collaborating with experimentalist colleagues on projects of mutual interest.