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Group leader:


Andreas Stier                                                               

Andreas' background is in magnetooptical spectroscopy of semiconductors, topological insulators
and lately of 2D materials.
He has worked in the far infrared, time-domain terahertz and visible regime mostly looking at 
fundamental excitations of electronic states.


PostDocs:

Pedro Soubelet

Pedro is investigating intralayer exciton localization via dielectric engineering and tuning of moiré interlayer excitons in TMD heterobilayers via strain.

 

Martin Schalk

Martin is pushing our endeavors into NV quantum sensing to the next level by investigating novel quantum phases of 2D magnets and heterostructures.


Ph.D. students:


Philipp Moser
Philipp is currently building our high magnetic field setup and he will study the optical properties of low dimensional materials and devices. He has also mastered the transfer of air sensitive samples in a homebuilt glovebox stacker robot.


Riccardo Silvioli

Riccardo is building up our NV imaging system and is looking into investigate low dimensional quantum phases with ultrasensitive NV magnetometry.


M.Sc. students:

Peirui Ji

Peirui is using our broadband time domain photocurrent spectroscopy capabilities to investigae the valley Hall effect in 2D devices and heterostructures.

Karina Houska

Karina is developing our capabilities for imaging spin dynamics of low dimensional semiconductors and quantum magnets. 


Katrin Schneider 

Katrin is enhancing our NV imaging system for dynamic pulse control of our quantum sensors.


B.Sc. students:

Maximilian Hornauer

 Max will build a setup of Helmholtz coils for the application of a very homogeneous bias magnetic field for our NV imaging system. 


We are always looking for hard working, enthusiastic and skillful Masers and PhD students. Please check out or openings and inquire with Andreas (andreas.stier@wsi.tum.de) or Prof. Finley (finley@wsi.tum.de)!

We are looking forward to hearing from you.  









Scientific Staff
Dr. Andreas Stier
Sub-Group Leader

Room S212
Tel.: (+49) 089 289 12782
Dr. Martin Schalk
Postdoc

Room S311
Tel.: (+49) 089 289 12775
Dr. Pedro Soubelet
Postdoc

Room S302
Dr. Andreas Stier
Sub-Group Leader

Room S212
Tel.: (+49) 089 289 12782
Dr. Martin Schalk
Postdoc

Room S311
Tel.: (+49) 089 289 12775
Dr. Pedro Soubelet
Postdoc

Room S302
Dr. Andreas Stier
Sub-Group Leader

Room S212
Tel.: (+49) 089 289 12782
Dr. Martin Schalk
Postdoc

Room S311
Tel.: (+49) 089 289 12775
Dr. Pedro Soubelet
Postdoc

Room S302

Doctoral Candidates
Philipp Moser
Doctoral Candidate

Room S112
Tel.: (+49) 089 289 11493
Riccardo Silvioli
Doctoral Candidate

Room S311
Philipp Moser
Doctoral Candidate

Room S112
Tel.: (+49) 089 289 11493
Riccardo Silvioli
Doctoral Candidate

Room S311
Philipp Moser
Doctoral Candidate

Room S112
Tel.: (+49) 089 289 11493
Riccardo Silvioli
Doctoral Candidate

Room S311

Master Students
Christian Dorau
Master Student

Room C106
Christian Dorau
Master Student

Room C106
Christian Dorau
Master Student

Room C106

Alumni
Katrin Schneider



Katrin Schneider



Katrin Schneider







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