Alumni

We congratulate all former students of IMPRS-CPQM on completing their PhD, and wish them all the best for their future career.

Here you can find a list of all our former students, sorted by date of graduation.

Dibyashree Chakraborti

Graduated from IMPRS-CPQM in September 2021

Research project under the supervision of Prof. A. Mackenzie and Dr. P. Wahl

Thesis: "STM imaging of strongly correlated materials with spin orbit coupling"

Alexandr Sukhanov

Graduated from IMPRS-CPQM in March 2021

Research project under supervision of Prof. D. Inosov and Prof. C. Felser

Thesis: "Neutron Scattering Study of Noncollinear Magnets"

Current position: Postdoctoral researcher at Technische Universität Dresden


Peter Swekis

Graduated from IMPRS-CPQM in April 2021.

Research project under the supervision of Prof. C. Felser

Thesis: "Magnetic and Magnetotransport Properties of Topological MnxPtSn and Co2MnGa Heusler Thin Films"

Julia Hübner

Graduated from IMPRS-CPQM in March 2021

Research project under the supervision of Prof. J. Grin and Dr. U. Schwarz

Thesis: "Beiträge zu Verbindungen von Silicium und Germanium mit Erdalkali- und Seltenerdmetallen unter Druck" (pdf) ("Contributions to compounds of silicon and germanium with alkaline earth and rare earth metals under high-pressure conditions")

Current position: Postdoctoral researcher at Lund University, Sweden

Fabian Jerzembeck

Graduated from IMPRS-CPQM in November 2020

Research project under the supervision of Prof. A. MackenzieDr. C. Hicks and Prof. H.-H. Klauß

Thesis: "Uniaxial Pressure Studies of the Unconventional Superconductor Sr2RuO4"

Current position: Postdoctoral researcher at the Max Planck Institute for Chemical Physics of Solids, Dresden

Igor Marković

Graduated from IMPRS-CPQM in April 2020

Research project under the supervision of Prof. A. Mackenzie and Prof. P. King

Thesis: "Interplay of spin-orbit coupling and crystal symmetries in the electronic structures of NbGeSb and Ca3Ru2O7"

Current position: Postdoctoral researcher at the University of British Columbia, Vancouver

Stanislav Nikitin

Graduated from IMPRS-CPQM in February 2020

Research project under the supervision of Dr. O. Stockert

Thesis: "Competing magnetic interactions in 4f-based magnets studied by neutron scattering" (pdf)

Current position: Postdoctoral researcher at Paul Scherrer Institute (Switzerland)

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