Principal investigators

Principal investigators (PIs) from all three research institutions which collaborate in IMPRS-CPQM are actively involved in our program, and most of them offer research projects for PhD students. We also include further research partners in order to widen our scientific scope. If you would like to work with a specific PI who currently doesn't offer a project in IMPRS-CPQM, please contact the PI directly to enquire about project opportunities.

Max Planck Institute for Chemical Physics of Solids

Dr. Peter Adler: Mössbauer spectroscopy

Dr. Simone Altendorf: Oxide and topological insulator thin films

Dr. Iryna Antonyshyn: Chemical bonding of intermetallic compounds

Dr. Michael Baenitz: Magnetic resonance

Dr. Manuel Brando: Novel states on the border of magnetism

Prof. Dr. Claudia Felser: Solid State Chemistry

Dr. Jacob Gayles: Theory of topology and spintronics

Dr. Christoph Geibel: Material design and synthesis

Dr. Johannes Gooth: Nanostructured Quantum Matter

Prof. Juri Grin: Chemical Metal Science

Prof. Dr. Elena Hassinger: Physics of Unconventional Metals and Superconductors

Dr. Clifford Hicks: Strain tuning and precision instrumentation

Dr. Peter Höhn: Nitridometelates and related compounds

Dr. Guowei LiTopological catalysis

Dr. Seunghyun Khim: Material design and synthesis

Prof. Dr. Andrew Mackenzie: Physics of Quantum Materials

Dr. Anastasios Markou: Heusler thin films

Dr. Michael Nicklas: Unconventional phases under extreme conditions

Dr. Takashi Oka: Nonequilibrium Quantum Matter

Dr. Helge Rosner: Electronic structure theory

Dr. Burkhard Schmidt: Theory of Quantum Materials

Dr. Ulrich Schwarz: High-pressure crystal chemistry

Dr. Chandra Shekhar: Topological materials

Dr. Oliver Stockert: Neutron spectroscopy

Dr. Yan Sun: Topological transport theory

Dr. Eteri Svanidze: Actinide and lanthanide materials

Prof. Dr. Liu Hao Tjeng: Physics of Correlated Materials

Dr. Frank R. Wagner: Chemical bonding in physical space

Dr. Steffen Wirth: Scanning tunneling microscopy and magnetotransport

Dr. Haijing Zhang: Novel metals and superconductors

TU Dresden

Prof. Dr. Thomas Doert: Inorganic chemistry

Prof. Dr. Lukas Eng: Experimental physics / Photophysics

Prof. Xinliang FengMolecular Functional Materials

Prof. Dr. Jochen Geck: Physics of quantum materials

Prof. Dr. Sebastian T.B. Goennenwein: Solid state physics

Dr. Julia Grothe: Nanomaterials

Prof. Dr. Dmytro Inosov: Neutron spectroscopy of condensed matter

Dr. Anna Isaeva: Topological materials

Prof. Dr. Hans-Henning Klauß: Magnetic resonance and nuclear probes

Prof. Dr. Clemens Laubschat: Surface physics

Prof. Dr. Karl Leo: Opto-electronics

Dr. Tobias Meng: Quantum Design

Prof. Dr. Kornelius Nielsch: Metallic materials and metal physics

Dr. Bernd Rellinghaus: Dresden Center for Nanoanalysis (DCN)

Prof. Dr. Michael Ruck: Inorganic Chemistry

Prof. Dr. Thomas Strassner: Physical Organic Chemistry

Prof. Dr. Carsten Timm: Theory of Condensed Matter

Prof. Dr. Jeroen van den Brink: Theoretical Solid State Physics

Prof. Dr. Matthias Vojta: Theoretical Solid State Physics

Prof. Dr. Jochen Wosnitza: Electronically correlated materials

University of St Andrews

Dr. Bernd Braunecker: Condensed Matter Theory

Prof. Dr. Malte Gather: Soft matter photonics

Prof. Dr. Sven Höfling: Quantum Physics and Quantum Engineering

Dr. Chris Hooley: Quantum many body physics

Dr. Jonathan Keeling: Non-equilibrium states, matter-light coupling

Prof. Dr. Phil King: Electronic structure of designer quantum materials

Prof. Dr. Steve Lee: Superconductivity and magnetism

Dr. Brendon Lovett: Theory of Quantum Nanomaterials

Dr. Andreas Rost: Quantum materials research

Prof. Dr. Ifor Samuel: Organic semiconductor optoelectronics

Prof. Dr. Peter Wahl: Tunneling spectroscopy of strongly correlated electron materials

Research partners

Prof. Dr. Laurens W. Molenkamp (University of Würzburg): Topological materials

Prof. Dr. James C. Davis (University of Oxford/University College Cork): Visualizing quantum matter at the atomic scale

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