© Doris Reiter

Ultrafast Optics in Nanostructured Solids

Welcome to the AG Reiter

Our research group studies the theoretical modelling of dynamics on ultra short time and length scales. An introduction to our research can be found here. My CV and further information can be found in the research portal of the WWU Münster.

We have several collaborations within the WWU Münster, in particular with the AG Kuhn and the AG Bratschitsch and with other theoretical and experimental groups all over the world, e.g., with Martin Axt from Bayreuth, Germany, Ortwin Hess from London, UK, Jacek Kasprzak from Grenoble, France, Paweł Machnikowski from Wrocław, Poland.

We are always happy to talk about our work. If you are interested in a bachelor or master thesis in our group, please contact us via email and make an appointment.
Doris Reiter

Semiconductors for breakfast

Lecture series with the DPG and the Fachverband Halbleiter
© Fabian Reiter

Together with the DPG and the semiconductor division, we are organising the lecture series “Semiconductors for breakfast”. Every day we present an interesting talk about semiconductor physics until the start of the lectures. Everybody who is interested is welcome to attend. All talks will be steamed live.

A list of the talks and links for the streaming can be found here [en].

Doris Reiter

New publication on optimization of photonic structures for quantum technology

Adv. Quantum Technol. 2019, 1900084
© Jan Olthaus

Photonic structures will play a crucial role in future chip designs for quantum technology, because photonic crystal waveguides and cavities can guide or confine light on the nanoscale. Such cavities can be used to in-couple light from single emitters into the chips. In this paper, we analyse photonic crystal nanobeam waveguides on substrate for the coupling to NV centers in nanodiamonds. We have modelled and compared three different design approaches. The structures were then fabricated and characterized by Philip Schrinner in the group of Carsten Schuck. We showed that the mode-matching design is best in terms of quality factor and mode volume.

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