Parafermion project started! The QuantEra project entitled “Topologically protected states in double nanowire superconductor hybrids” started with a kick-off meeting on April 4 in Basel. Coordinator: Szabolcs Csonka (Budapest University of Technology and Economics, HU) Jesper Nygard (University of Copenhagen,
Christian Schönenberger has been granted a second ERC Advanced Grant by the European Comission for the project TopSupra: University News ERC Title: Engineered Topological Superconductivity in van der Waals Heterostructures Project summary of TopSupra Topological matter is a new research focus
Congratulations! Gulibusitans wins the ski race at the QSIT general meeting in Arosa last week. This is particularly remarkable, since Gulibusitan only learned skiing in Switzerland. This shows what one can achieve in addition to earning a PhD here in
Group sport’s event organized by Frederick Thomas (member of CC Aarau) we visited the Curling Club Aarau Friday evening 12th of January: cc-aarau we’ve enjoyed a nice intro into the art of curling…when the professionals gracefully slide forward with their stone
Congratulations: Gulibusitan Abulizi successfully defended her PhD thesis on Dec. 14th. We welcomed Prof. Carola Meyer (Univ. Osnabrück) and Porf. Kasper Grove-Rasmussen (Univ. of Copenhagen) as external PhD committee members.
Title: Measuring a Quantum Dot with an Impedance-Matching On-Chip Superconducting LC Resonator at Gigahertz Frequencies by M.-C. Harabula, T. Hasler, G. Fülöp, M. Jung, V. Ranjan, and C. Schönenberger PHYSICAL REVIEW APPLIED 8, 054006 (2017) Microwave read-out of highly ohmic quantum
We are very happy to announce that our paper entitled Andreev bound states probed in three-terminal quantum dots (J. Gramich, A. Baumgartner, and C. Schönenberger) was finally published in Physical Rev. B. Although it reports a range of new findings, it
PhD defense of Kishan Thodkar – Public Lecture Title: Chemical vapor deposited graphene for quantum Hall resistance standards Date: Tuesday, 24th October 2017 Time: 14:15 (sharp) Place: Lecture Hall 2, 1st floor Dr. Franz Ahlers from the PTB is the