IMPRS UFAST call for PhD applications 2023-2024 is now closed:



You can find the abstracts of the PhD projects below.

Superconductors and Quantum Materials

AC1-Nonlinear Terahertz Studies of High-Temperature Superconductors
AC2-Investigating the magnetic properties of Light Induced Superconductors
AC3-Nonlinear Two-Dimensional Spectroscopy of Driven Quantum Materials
AR2-Cavity quantum electrodynamical control of magnetic topological phases
AR3 & DK2-Ultrafast Twistronics
MS1-Cavity light-matter engineering of superconductivity
PM1-Chiral electronic order a rewindable twist for future electronics
PM2-Non-Equilibrium Transport in High-Tc Superconductors

Ultra-fast light sources and Interactions and Quantum Optics

AR1 & DK1-Cavity quantum materials: from ab initio to models
AR4-Polaritonic Chemistry
AR5-Foundations of Pauli-Fierz theory and quantum-electrodynamical density-functional theory
AR6-Dissipation and decoherence in strong light-matter coupling
AR7-Ab-initio nanoplasmonics and light shaping
FK1-Understanding Phonon Dynamics in Perovskites via Ultrafast Electron Diffraction
MM1-Sub-femtosecond optical pulse generation, characterization and application
TH1 & FK2-Designing novel nano-photonic ultrafast sources
TH2 & FK3-Sensing of relativistic electrons with chip-integrated photonics
TH3 & FK4-Creating “materials” made of light

Quantum Chemistry and Materials Dynamics

AR8-Light-induced dynamical correlations
GB1-Vibrational properties of nanostructures from ab-initio to semiempirical approaches
JK1-Cryogenically cooled and controlled beams of proteins for single-particle diffractive imaging
JK2-Investigating solvent effects in the dynamics of biologically relevant model systems
ME1-Quantum-inspired algorithms for non-equilibrium Green’s functions
ME2-Dissipative engineering of quantum materials via cavity QED
ME3-Theory of hidden phases close to the Mott transition
NH1-Studying photocatalytic pathways in molecular and solid-state systems with ultrafast lasers
NR1-Towards attosecond X-ray absorption spectroscopy of XFEL-created warm dense matter
PM3 & DK3-Gradient quantum matter
PM4 - Quench-control of quantum materials

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