Associate Professor, Head of Division, Head of Unit
We are strengthening our role in the development of solid-state quantum systems, such as optical active spin quantum bits, quantum memories and registers.
Large research groups are studying materials as silicon carbide, nitrides and graphene. One major area of study is how manufacturing technology influences the properties of various electrical, optical and magnetic semiconductors.
Undergraduate teaching and research in the areas of biology, chemistry, materials and applied physics and theory and modelling are conducted at this department.