Research Groups Videos

On this page, you can find videos from PGI-9 research groups showing their work in the laboratories at the Forschungszentrum Jülich.

Quantum transport in nanostructures - AG Schäpers

The research group of Prof. Dr. Thomas Schäpers investigates the transport properties of nanostructures based on semiconductor nanowires, topological structures and high-temperature superconductors.

Semiconductor epitaxy and quantum optics - AG Pawlis

The research group of PD Dr. Alexander Pawlis conducts research on the development of novel quantum devices of II/VI and III/V semiconductor nanostructures such as single photon sources, spin qubits and nanowires.

Topological and superconducting quantum devices - AG Schüffelgen

The focus of Dr. Peter Schüffelgen's group's research is on the development of novel materials, e.g. topological insulators, and the integration of these in quantum devices such as Josephson junctions and transmon qubits.

Silicon-based epitaxy and photonics - AG Buca

The focus of Dr. Dan Mihai Buca's group is the development of materials of the 4th main group of the periodic table that can be monolithically integrated into today's silicon technology, such as Si-Ge-Sn heterostructures for high performance photonic and electrical devices.

Nanoelectronic devices - AG Zhao

Prof. Dr. Qing-Tai Zhao's group is engaged in the research of nanoelectronic devices for advanced neuromorphic computing and quantum computing. For these applications, planar, as well as nanowire field-effect transistors (FETs) based on various group IV semiconductors and heterostructures are designed, fabricated and characterized.

Epitaxy of topological insulators - AG Mussler

In Dr. Gregor Mussler's group, researchers work on molecular beam epitaxy of topological insulators and superconductors for quantum information.

Last Modified: 04.01.2024