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OFFERED PHD PROJECTS

Project-ID Title of the Project SupervisorCo-Supervisor(s)
78 Digital methods for the prediction of sorption properties of metal-organic frameworks Prof. Dr. Peter Behrens, LUH,  Institute for Inorganic Chemistry Prof. Dr. Nadja Bigall, LUH,  Institute of Physical Chemistry and Electrochemistry
79 Nanowires of assembled semiconductor nanoplatelets for applications in nanoelectronics Prof. Dr. Nadja Bigall, LUH,  Institute of Physical Chemistry and Electrochemistry

Prof. Dr.-Ing. Ralf Franz Sindelar,  Hannover University of Applied Science and Arts, Faculty II - Mechanical and Biochemical Engineering

Prof. Dr. Rolf Haug, LUH, Institute for Solid State Physics

80 Digital laser printing of nanoparticles for generation of novel materials Prof. Dr. Boris Chichkov, LUH,  Institute of Quantum Optics Prof. Dr. Rolf Haug, LUH,  Institute for Solid State Physics
81 Spin-photon interface in quantum dots Prof. Dr. Fei Ding, LUH,  Institute for Solid State Physics Prof. Dr. Michael Oestreich, LUH,  Institute for Solid State Physics
82 Switchable plasmonic nanoparticles for optical signal transmission Priv. Doz. Dr. Dirk Dorfs, LUH,  Institute of Physical Chemistry and Electrochemistry

Prof. Dr. Franz Renz, LUH,  Institute for Inorganic Chemistry

Prof. Dr.-ing. Ralf Franz Sindelar,  Hannover University of Applied Science and Arts, Faculty II - Mechanical and Biochemical Engineering

83 Synthesis, self-assembly and printing of hard magnetic nanoparticles Prof. Dr. Georg Garnweitner,  University of Braunschweig, Institute for Particle Technology

Prof. Dr. Nadja Bigall, LUH,  Institute of Physical Chemistry and Electrochemistry  

Dr.-Ing. Marc Christopher Wurz, LUH,   Institute of Micro Production Technology

84 Manipulation of charge qubits in chains of quantum dots Prof. Dr. Rolf Haug, LUH,  Institute for Solid State Physics Prof. Dr. Christian Ospelkaus, LUH, Institute of Quantum Optics
85 Atomic memory with high density apl. Prof. Dr. Carsten Klempt, LUH, Institute of Quantum Optics   Prof. Dr. Wolfgang Ertmer, LUH, Institute of Quantum Optic
86 Quantum Dots as Spin-Qubits and Spin-Photon-Interfaces Prof. Dr. Michael Oestreich, LUH,  Institute for Solid State Physics Prof. Dr. Fei Ding, LUH,  Institute for Solid State Physics
87 Trapped-Ion Quantum Computer Prof. Dr. Christian Ospelkaus, LUH, Institute of Quantum Optics Prof. Dr. Rolf Haug, LUH,  Institute for Solid State Physics
88 Two-dimensional data processing in Mössbauer spectroscopy Prof. Dr.-Ing. Joachim Patzke,  Hannover University of Applied Science and Arts, Faculty I - Electrical Engineering and Information Technology Prof. Dr. Franz Renz, LUH,  Institute for Inorganic Chemistry
89 Nano-interfaces for atoms Prof. Dr. Ernst Rasel, LUH,  Institute of Quantum Optics

Jun. Prof. Dr. Stefanie Kroker,  University of Braunschweig, Laboratory for Emerging Nanometrology

Dr. Waldemar Herr, LUH,  Institute of Quantum Optics

90 Complex nanoswitches in bosonic computers for digital transformation Prof. Dr. Franz Renz, LUH,  Institute for Inorganic Chemistry

Prof. Dr.-Ing. Ralf Franz Sindelar,  Hannover University of Applied Science and Arts, Faculty II - Mechanical and Biochemical Engineering

Priv. Doz. Dr. Dirk Dorfs, LUH,  Institute of Physical Chemistry and Electrochemistry

91 Nano-MOFs for the labelling of products Dr. Andreas Schaate, LUH,  Institute for Inorganic Chemistry Prof. Dr. Peter Behrens, LUH,  Institute for Inorganic Chemistry
92 (Bio-)Polymer materials with tailored nano-labelling used as advanced integrated systems for future mobility Prof. Dr.-Ing. Andrea Siebert-Raths,  Hannover University of Applied Science and Arts, Faculty II - Mechanical and Biochemical Engineering Prof. Dr. Nadja Bigall, LUH,  Institute of Physical Chemistry and Electrochemistry
93 One and two dimensional graphene structures as substrates for switchable molecules and nanoscopic particles as digital units Prof. Dr.-Ing. Ralf Franz Sindelar,  Hannover University of Applied Science and Arts, Faculty II - Mechanical and Biochemical Engineering

Prof. Dr. Franz Renz, LUH,  Institute for Inorganic Chemistry

Priv. Doz. Dr. Dirk Dorfs, LUH, Institut für Physikalische Chemie und Elektrochemie

94 Cryogenic Subsampling Bandpass Delta-Sigma ADC for Spin-Qubit State Readout Prof. Dr.-Ing. Pascal Witte,  Hannover University of Applied Science and Arts, Faculty I - Electrical Engineering and Information Technology Prof. Dr. Rolf Haug, LUH,  Institute for Solid State Physics
95 Miniaturized vacuum package for quantum applications Dr.-Ing. Marc Christopher Wurz, LUH,  Institute of Micro Production Technology Prof. Dr. Ernst Rasel, LUH,  Institute of Quantum Optics
96 Nanomembranes for synaptic memories Prof. Dr. Lin Zhang, LUH,  Institute for Solid State Physics Prof. Dr. Fei Ding, LUH,  Institute for Solid State Physics