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Wissenschaftliche Zusammenarbeiten / scientific collaborators

This is an incomplete list of colleagues with whom I have enjoyed fruitful and pleasurable research collaborations.

Prof. Dr. Frithjof B. Anders TU Dortmund impurity models, central spin model, coherent control
Prof. Dr. Collin L. Broholm Johns Hopkins University, Baltimore, USA inelastic neutron scattering, low-dimensional spin systems
Prof. Dr. Manfred Bayer TU Dortmund coherent control of spins in semiconductor quantum dots
Prof. Dr. Markus Betz TU Dortmund dynamic spin orientiation in semiconductor nanostructures
Prof. Fabian H.L. Essler, Ph.D. University Oxford low-dimensional spin systems, non-equilibrium physics
Prof. Alexandre Faribault Université de Lorraine spin dynamics in the central spin model
Prof. Mikhail M. Glazov Ioffe Physical-Technical Institute, St. Petersburg control of dynamic polarization of spins in semiconductor quantum dots
Dr. Alexander Greilich TU Dortmund decoherence of spins in semiconductor quantum dots
Prof. Dr. Markus Grüninger University of Cologne IR absorption, spin liquids
Prof. Eugeniius L. Ivchenko Ioffe Physical-Technical Institute, St. Petersburg spin noise in semiconductor quantum dots
Priv.-Doz. Dr. Marcus Kollar Universität Augsburg non-equilibrium physics
Prof. Bella Lake, Ph.D. Helmholtz Zentrum Berlin & TU Berlin inelastic neutron scattering, low-dimensional spin systems
Prof. Daniel A. Lidar, Ph.D. University of Southern California, USA dynamic decoupling, dynamically corrected pulses and trains of pulses
Prof. Kingshuk Majumdar, Ph.D. Grand Valley State University, Allendale, USA dispersions in two-dimensional spin systems
Prof. Stephen E. Nagler, Ph.D. Oak Ridge National Laboratory, Tennessee, USA inelastic neutron scattering, low-dimensional spin systems
Prof. Bruce Normand, Ph.D. Renmin University of China low-dimensional spin systems
Prof. Dr. Kai P. Schmidt TU Dortmund continuous unitary transformations, low-dimensional spin systems, exotic ground states and excitations
Prof. Rajiv R.P. Singh, Ph.D. University of California Davis, USA low-dimensional spin systems, advanced perturbative series approaches
Prof. Dr. Joachim Stolze TU Dortmund one-dimensional spin systems, coherent transport of quantum information
Prof. Oleg P. Sushkov, Doctor of Science University of New South Wales, Sydney, Australia low-dimensional spin systems, unconventional phases
Prof. Dieter Suter, Ph.D. TU Dortmund optimized quantum gates for one and two quantum bits
Prof. Dr. Alan Tennant Ph.D. Oak Ridge National Laboratory, Tennessee, USA inelastic neutron scattering, low-dimensional spin systems
Prof. Dr. Christof Wunderlich Universität Siegen quantum bits and gates with trapped ions
Prof. Dr. Dmitri Yakovlev TU Dortmund spin decoherence due to nuclear spin baths