MQC Guest Program

Connecting international top-level experts to the Quantum Science and Technology (QST) network in Munich and implementing a vibrant guest program is a core element of the center’s collaboration strategy.

Strengthening the stream of prominent scientists who come to the Munich area for short- and long-term visits will contribute to promoting international collaborations. Furthermore, it will raise the visibility of QST research in Munich and support junior researchers in building their own international research network.

The MQC Guest Program is funded by the Munich Quantum Center (MQC) and part of the support infractructure offered by the Cluster of Excellence - Munich Center for Quantum Science and Technology (MCQST).

More detailed information about the program will follow shortly.

Guests in 2019

Tomasz Paterek

NTU Singapore, Singapore

Quantum Correlations and Quantum State Tomography
Visited the Weinfurter group in May 2019

Mihir K. Bhaskar

Harvard University, USA

Quantum Optics with Vacancy Centers in Diamond
Visited the Finley group in June 2019

Minh-Binh Tran

Southern Methodist University, USA

Mathematical Physics and Kinetic Theory
Visited the Nam group in July-August 2019

Miguel Frías Pérez

University of Barcelona, Spain

Many-Body Quantum Systems
Visited the Bañuls group in December 2019

Viviana Villafañe

Centro Atómico Bariloche & Instituto Balseiro, Argentina

Cavity Quantum Optomechanics and Photonics
Visited the Finley group in May 2019

Nobuyuki Imoto

Osaka University, Japan

Correlated Photons
Visited the Weinfurter group in June 2019

Bruno Nachtergaele

University of California at Davis, USA

Many-Body Quantum Systems
Visited the Warzel and Wolf groups in August-September 2019

Marco Tomamichel

University of Technology Sydney, Australia

Quantum Information Theory
Visited the König group in December 2019

Eugenio Coronado

University of Valencia, Spain

Interfacial Metal-Organic Nanosystems and Networks
Visited the Barth group in Summer 2019

David Weld

University of California Santa Barbara, USA

Nonequilibrium Quantum Dynamics
Visited the Bloch group in June-July 2019

Michael Jabbour & Hao-Chung Cheng

University of Cambridge, UK

Quantum Networks
Visited the König group in November 2019

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