I am a condensed matter theorist, with a main focus on what I would call consisely "hybrid nanosystems". Quantum effects in nanostructures comprised of different materials can give rise to a whole new spectrum of fascinating physics, such as topological materials, non-Abelian anyons, or may have a potential technological impact.
Quite naturally, complex structures often ask for a numerical approach, going alongside trying to find more simple toy models that capture the physical essence. I do enjoy the numerical aspects of my work, too, and also spend time on developing new algorithms and techniques.
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|Address:||F340, Lorentzweg 1, 2628CJ, Delft, The Netherlands|
|Google scholar:||(citation metrics) Michael Wimmer|
|2015-present:||QuTech team leader (tenure-track)|
|2013-2015:||FOM project leader at TU Delft|
|2009-2013:||Post-doc at Universiteit Leiden (with Carlo Beenakker)|
|2008-2009:||Post-doc at University of Regensburg (with Klaus Richter)|
PhD at University of Regensburg
Supervisor: Klaus Richter