Welcome to three new IQST fellows

It is our great pleasure to welcome Dr. Apara­jita Singha (Max-Planck Insti­tute for Solid State Research, Stuttgart, Germany), Prof. Dr. Anke Krüger (Insti­tute of Organic Chemistry, Univer­sity of Stuttgart) and Dr. Tim Langen (5th Insti­tute of Physics, Univer­sity of Stuttgart) as new IQST fellows of the IQST.

The research of Apara­jita Singha is dedicated to advanced imaging techniques, with a partic­u­lar focus on magne­tom­e­try with nitrogen-vacancy (NV) centres in diamond. With her group she addresses intrigu­ing questions in the field of nano-scale magnet­ism, quantum control, and nano-scale trans­port phenomena.

The research of Anke Krüger is focused on nanocar­bon materi­als. Her group produces and charac­ter­izes new carbona­ceous materi­als and works on their controlled surface modifi­ca­tion for a wide range of applications.

The group of Tim Langen uses ultra­cold atoms and molecules for appli­ca­tions in quantum simula­tion and preci­sion measure­ments. His inter­est includes in partic­u­lar exotic new states of matter, such as super­solids, which display both super­fluid and crystalline proper­ties at the same time.

We look forward to contin­ued fruit­ful inter­ac­tions with our newest fellows and their groups.