Quantum Device Physics Laboratory


The Quantum Device Physics Laboratory (QDP) performs state of the art research, education, and innovation in the field of nanoscale device physics exploiting the quantized charge and spin degrees of freedom in emerging materials that we tailor down to the atomic scale. Our mission is to develop novel nanoelectronic quantum devices for future generations of information technology, which can be smaller, faster, sensitive, and energy-efficient for a sustainable society.

The research extends over a variety of topics at the forefront of condensed matter physics using nano fabricated devices consisting of emerging 2D materials and van der Waals heterostructures, topological Dirac and Weyl materials, semiconductors, oxide heterostructures, nanomagnets, and superconductors. We combine the best of different materials to develop new concepts in device physics and applications in quantum metrology, topological quantum technology, thermoelectrics, quantum theory, radio astronomy, medical instrumentation, and spintronics. 

Published: Mon 23 Mar 2020.