The Chair of Experimental Solid State Physics, led by Prof. Dr. Dmitri K. Efetov at LMU Munich is setting a rapid pace in the advancement of 2D quantum materials such as moiré graphene and their applications.
In the framework of our international projects SuperC (Keele foundation), FLATS (EU Horizon) and SuperTwist (ERC Starting Grant), we have several openings on a PostDoc, PhD and MSc level. The aim of these positions is to engineer exotic quantum effects in novel 2D materials platforms and their hetero-structures, including strongly correlated, superconducting, magnetic and topological electron phases, and to use these for quantum sensing applications. From the new physics at the nanoscale and in the quantum regime, these fundamental studies will open up new pathways for novel functionalities and applications, that will make a difference in quantum technologies such as quantum sensing.
- 2D moiré materials
- Superconductivity in magic-angle twisted bilayer graphene
- Quantum sensing
- Single photon detection