Office 1.14
jannhinnerk.ungerer@unibas.ch
Phone +41 61 207 38 64

Education

since 2018 Swiss Nanoscience Institute/ University of Basel (Switzerland)
Ph.D. Candidate in the group of Prof. Dr. Christian Schönenberger
2016–2018 ETH Zürich (Switzerland)
Master of Science in Physics
Thesis: “Scaling up quantum dot-based qubits using a circuit QED architecture” in the group of Prof. Dr. Andreas Wallraff
2013–2016 Georg-August Universität Göttingen (Germany)
Bachelor of Science in Physics
Thesis: “Intermittency in excitable media” in the group of Prof. Dr. Ulrich Parlitz at the Max-Planck Institute for Dynamics and Self-Organization

Research

In my Ph.D. I am working on coupling semiconductor nanowire-based spin quantum bits to a high-impedance, superconducting resonator. The advantage of employing nanowires for spin qubits lies in their large, intrinsic spin-orbit interaction which avoids the necessity of inhomogeneous magnetic fields when coupled to a resonator. That’s why this approach is an important step towards scalable, spin-based quantum computers.

List of Publications

Microwave Photon-Mediated Interactions between Semiconductor Qubits, D. J. van Woerkom, P. Scarlino, J. H. Ungerer, C. Müller, J. V. Koski, A. J. Landig, C. Reichl, W. Wegscheider, T. Ihn, K. Ensslin, and A. Wallraff, Phys. Rev. X 8, 041018 (2018)