Joachim Fritzsche

Senior Researcher, Chemical Physics, Department of Physics

Originating from Burgdorf, Germany, I obtained my diploma in Physics from Hanover University (2004) for my work on spin dephasing in two-dimensional semiconducting systems. In 2008, I received my PhD from the Katholieke Universiteit Leuven (Belgium), where I studied superconductor/ferromagnet-hybrids and their potential to locally control superconductivity with magnetic domains. I joined the Biophysics group at Gothenburg University (Sweden) in 2010, focusing on visual studies of genomic DNA at the single molecule level. At Chalmers (since 2012), I explore ways to implement nanoplasmonic sensing in nanofluidic systems.

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