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since 2018 Swiss Nanoscience Institute/ University of Basel (Switzerland)
Ph.D. Candidate in the group of Prof. 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. Andreas Wallraff
2013–2016 Georg-August Universität Göttingen (Germany)
Bachelor of Science in Physics
Thesis: Intermittency in excitable media in the group of Prof. Ulrich Parlitz at the Max-Planck Institute for Dynamics and Self-Organization


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.

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