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Dr. rer. nat. Hans-Gregor Hübl

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+49 89 289-14204
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E-Mail
hans.huebl@tum.de
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Technical Physics
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PD at the Physics Department

Courses and Dates

Title and Module Assignment
ArtSWSLecturer(s)Dates
Magnetism
eLearning course course documents
Assigned to modules:
VO 2 Hübl, H. Tue, 14:00–15:30, virtuell
Spin Currents and Skyrmionics
course documents
Assigned to modules:
PS 2 Hübl, H.
Assisstants: Althammer, M.Geprägs, S.Opel, M.
Thu, 14:00–15:30, virtuell
Topical Issues in Magneto- and Spin Electronics
course documents
Assigned to modules:
HS 2 Brandt, M. Hübl, H.
Assisstants: Althammer, M.Geprägs, S.
Wed, 11:30–13:00, virtuell
Exercise to Magnetism
eLearning course course documents
Assigned to modules:
UE 1 Hübl, H. dates in groups
Revision Course to Topical Issues in Magneto- and Spin Electronics
Assigned to modules:
RE 2
Responsible/Coordination: Hübl, H.
Revision Course to Spin Currents and Skyrmionics
Assigned to modules:
RE 2
Responsible/Coordination: Hübl, H.

Offered Bachelor’s or Master’s Theses Topics

Elektronenspindynamik in einer stark koppelnden Umgebung

Modern quantum circuits allow to study strong light-matter interaction in a variety of systems. This so-called strong-coupling regime is key for many aspects of quantum information processing. This project focusses on strong coupling between a paramagnetic electron spin ensemble and a superconducting microwave resonator. Strong coupling is an established phenomenon in this system. However, many aspects regarding the dynamics of this coupled system as well as the non-linear response properties are not fully understood, yet, and we will address these aspects within this project. For this project, we will use superconducting microwave resonators based on NbTiN and spin paramagnetic spin ensembles of phosphorous donors and erbium centers in silicon.

 

We are looking for a highly motivated master student joining this project. Within your thesis, you will address questions regarding the dynamic response of a strongly coupled system based on a paramagnetic spin ensemble and a microwave resonator. In this context, you will fabricate and optimize microwave resonators and operate them at cryogenic temperatures. In addition, you will use complex microwave pulses, to control the coupled system and experimentally investigate its dynamical response. Within the project, you will learn how to fabricate superconducting microwave resonators in our in-house cleanroom and how to synthesize microwave pulses using arbitrary waveform generators

suitable as
  • Master’s Thesis Condensed Matter Physics
  • Master’s Thesis Applied and Engineering Physics
  • Master’s Thesis Quantum Science & Technology
Supervisor: Hans Hübl
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