Dr. Tillmann Kubis

Room: S203
Category: Visiting Scientists
Phone: 12762
Email: Tkubis(at)ecn.purdue.edu
Personal Data
Birth: 2/5/1978, Ingolstadt, Germany
Marital status: single
Citizenship: German
Doctoral degree in Physics, Technische Universität München, Garching, Germany

 November 2009

Diploma degree in Physics, Technische Universität München, Garching, Germany

November 2003

Abitur (general qualification for university entrance), Christoph Scheiner Gymnasium, Ingolstadt, Germany

June 1997

Research experience
Nonequilibrium Green's function theory for quantum transport in nanodevices:
  • Coherent and incoherent charge transport in semiconductor heterostructures at finite temperatures
  • Spin transport in two- and three-dimensional semiconductor nanodevices
  • Numerical implementation of the theory on concrete devices and prediction of experimental results
Teaching experience
Teaching assistent at the Technische Universität München:
  • Theory of Solid State Physics
  • Classical Mechanics
  • Thermodynamics
  • advanced Quantum Mechanics

Honors: Students' award of teaching excellence (best excercise group) in 2005 and 2008

Contributions to international conferences
Electron Dynamics in Semiconductors, Optoelectronics and Nanostructures, Montpellier, France 2009
SPIE Photonics West (Invited talk), San Jose, California, USA 2009
17th International Laser Physics Workshop (Invited talk), Trondheim, Norway 2008
The Conference on Lasers and Electro-Optics, Europe, Munich, Germany 2007
15th International Conference on Non-equilibrium Carrier Dynamics in Semiconductors, Tokyo, Japan 2007
12th International Workshop on Computational Electronics, Amherst, Massachusetts, USA 2007
28th International Conference on the Physics of Semiconductors, Vienna, Austria 2006
11th International Workshop on Computational Electronics, Vienna, Austria 2006
14th International Conference on Nonequilibrium Carrier Dynamics in Semiconductors, Chicago, Illinois, USA 2005


Assessment of approximations in nonequilibrium Green’s function theory

Phys. Rev. B 83, 195304 (2011)

T. Kubis | P. Vogl


Terahertz Quantum Cascade Lasers based on Type II InGaAs/GaAsSb/InP

Applied Physics Letters 97, 261110 (2010)

C. Deutsch | A. Benz | H. Detz | P. Klang | M. Nobile | A. M. Andrews | W. Schrenk | T. Kubis | P. Vogl | G. Strasser | K. Unterrainer


The non-equilibrium Green's function method: an introduction

Journal of Computational Electronics 9, 237-242 (2010)

P. Vogl | T. Kubis


The nonequilibrium Green's functions method and descendants: ways to avoid and to go


P. Greck | C. Schindler | T. Kubis | P. Vogl

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Carrier transport in THz quantum cascade lasers: Are Green's functions necessary?

Journal of Physics: Conference Series 193 (2009) 012026

A. Mátyás | T. Kubis | P. Lugli | C. Jirauschek


Comparison between semiclassical and full quantum transport analysis of THz quantum cascade lasers

Physica E 42, 2628–2631 (2010)

A. Mátyás | T. Kubis | P. Lugli | C. Jirauschek


How periodic are terahertz quantum cascade lasers?

Journal of Physics: Conference Series 193 (2009) 012063

T. Kubis | P. Vogl


Nonequilibrium Green's function calculation for four-level scheme terahertz quantum cascade lasers

Appl. Phys. Lett. 94, 151109 (2009)

H. Yasuda | T. Kubis | P. Vogl | N. Sekine | I. Hosako | K. Hirakawa


Predictive quantum theory of current and optical emission in quantum cascade lasers

Proc. SPIE 7230, 723019 (2009)

T. Kubis | P. Vogl

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Predictive Quantum Theory of Current and Optical Gain in Quantum Cascade Lasers

Laser Physics 19, 762 (2009)

T. Kubis | P. Vogl


Theory of non-equilibrium quantum transport and energy dissipation in terahertz quantum cascade lasers

Physical Review B 79, 195323 (2009)

T. Kubis | C. Yeh | P. Vogl | A. Benz | G. Fasching | C. Deutsch


Microscopic theory of spin-filtering in non-magnetic semiconductor nanostructures

phys. stat. sol. (c) 5, 290 (2008)

T. Kubis | P. Vogl


Non-equilibrium quantum transport theory: Current and gain in quantum cascade lasers

J. Comput. Electron. 7, 432 (2008)

T. Kubis | C. Yeh | P. Vogl


Quantum theory of transport and optical gain in quantum cascade lasers

phys. stat. sol. (c) 5, 232 (2008)

T. Kubis | C. Yeh | P. Vogl


Simulation of quantum cascade lasers - optimizing laser performance

Photonik international 2, 60 (2008)

S. Birner | T. Kubis | P. Vogl


Simulation zur Optimierung von Quantenkaskadenlasern

Photonik 1/2008, 44 (2008)

S. Birner | T. Kubis | P. Vogl


nextnano: General Purpose 3-D Simulations

IEEE Transactions on Electron Devices 54, 2137 (2007)

S. Birner | T. Zibold | T. Andlauer | T. Kubis | M. Sabathil | A. Trellakis | P. Vogl

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Self-consistent quantum transport theory: Applications and assessment of approximate models

J. Comput. Electron. 6, 183 (2007)

T. Kubis | P. Vogl


Self-consistent quantum transport theory of carrier capture in heterostructures

Proceedings of the 14th International Conference on Nonequilibrium Carrier Dynamics in Semiconductors, M. Saraniti and U. Ravaioli, eds., Chicago, USA, July 25-19, 2005, Springer Proceedings in Physics, vol. 110, pp. 369-372

T. Kubis | A. Trellakis | P. Vogl


TUM Technische Universität München TUM Technische Universität München Physik Department Elektrotechnik und Informationstechnik TUM Technische Universität München

Events & News

10 Aug 2017

Best Poster Awards for Ganpath Veerabathran and Alexander Andrejew at iNOW 2017   more

27 Jun 2017

Best Poster Award at Nanowire Week for Jochen Bissinger   more

15 Mar 2017

Dr. Kai Müller admitted to the “Junges Kolleg” of the Bavarian Academy of Sciences   more

27 Feb 2017

Two-photon pulses from a single two-level system   more

05 Aug 2016

Best Poster Award at iNow 2016 for Hannes Schmeiduch   more


November 07, 2017

Color centers in diamond: Magnetic and near field sensors at the nanoscale   more

October 24, 2017

SiC for power electronics: Challenges in materials and process development   more