Willkommen bei der / Welcome to the
Hybrid Quantum- and Nanosystems Group
Professor Dr. Hubert Krenner
Controlling light, sound and matter on a chip.
Join our team
Unser Gruppe wächst: in unseren neu renovierten und ausgestatteten Laboren können wir Ihnen endlich spannende Themen für Bachelor- und Masterarbeiten anbieten.
Interesse geweckt? Eine kurze Email an Professor Krenner genügt und wir freuen uns mit Ihnen gemeinsam mögliche Themen persönlich zu besprechen.
Bachelor and MAster Thesis PROJECTS
The group is growing: join us to conduct cutting-edge research in our newly refurbished labs. We are offering attractive Bachelor or Master thesis projects.
Please contact Professor Krenner for a personal appointment to discuss possible topics and opportunities.
Our research is centered on the fabrication, investigation and control of novel solid-state nanosystems with tailored optical, electrical and mechanical properties. It is guided by the vision to unify and employ the coherent interaction of the three elementary excitations in the solid state, electrons, photons and phonons – ultimately in the limit of single quanta.
We cover three major areas of modern nanoscience and nanophysics:
Quantum-optomechanics: coherent coupling of light, sound and matter in nanoscale circuits on a chip
Fabrication, characterization and control of hybrid active nanosystems
High-resolution acousto-optoelectronic spectroscopy of emerging solid-state materials
Roadmap and Video on Surface Acoustic Wave Technology
To learn more about surface acoustic waves and their broad spectrum of applications check out the
The 2019 surface acoustic waves roadmap
P. Delsing et al., Journal of Physics D: Applied Physics 52, 353001 (2019)
We produced a Video on Youtube introducing examples of cross-disciplinary SAW-applications.
This video was produced by doctoral students (early stage researchers, ESRs) of the Marie Sklodowska Curie Innovative Training Network SAWtrain. This project has received funding from the European Union’s Horizon 2020 research and innovation programme under the Marie Sklodowska-Curie grant agreement No 642688.