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Former members of the group

Image: Dr. Daniel Keefer Dr. Daniel Keefer
now postdoc in the group of
Prof. Dr. Shaul Mukamel at the University of California, Irvine.
PhD Thesis:
Coherent control and quantum dynamics in complex chemical and biological environments.
Dr. Julius Zauleck
now at AIBrain, Seoul, South Korea.
PhD Thesis:
Improving grid based quantum dynamics: from the inclusion of solvents to the utilization of machine learning.
Image: Dr. Julius Zauleck
Image: Dr. Sven Oesterling Dr. Sven Oesterling

PhD Thesis:
Ab initio studies on photorelaxation: exploring, altering and crossing the excited state landscape.
Dr. Robert Siemering
now at TNG Technology Consulting, Unterföhring.
PhD Thesis:
Light-matter interactions: from ionization to the control of nuclear and electron dynamics.
Image: Dr. Robert Siemering
Image: Dr. Patrick Kölle Dr. Patrick Kölle
now at Extedo, Ottobrunn.
PhD Thesis:
Light-induced molecular processes in organic-based energy conversion and biomimetic synthesis of natural products.
Dr. Sebastian Thallmair
now postdoc in the group of
Prof. Dr. Siewert-Jan Marrink at the Rijksuniversiteit Groningen, Netherlands.
PhD Thesis:
Photogeneration of reactive intermediates: From initial quantum dynamics to chemical yields in solution.
Image: Sebastian Thallmair
Image: Prof. Dr. Spiridoula Matsika Prof. Dr. Spiridoula Matsika
visiting scientist from Temple University, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, US.
Marianne Mosch
Image: Marianne Mosch
Image: Philipp von den Hoff Dr. Philipp von den Hoff
now at Rohde & Schwarz, München.
PhD Thesis:
Gekoppelte Kern- und Elektronendynamik: Molekulare Systeme und deren Kontrolle durch die Bewegung der Elektronen.
Dr. Artur Nenov
now postdoc in the group of
Prof. Dr. Marco Garavelli at the Università di Bologna, Italy.
PhD Thesis:
Relation between molecular structure and ultrafast photoreactivity with application to molecular switches.
Image: Artur Nenov
Image: Markus Kowalewski Dr. Markus Kowalewski
now Assistant Professor at Stockholm University, Stockholm, Sweden.
PhD Thesis:
Quantendynamik isolierter molekularer Systeme.
Dr. Benjamin Fingerhut
now junior group leader at the
Max-Born-Institut in Berlin, Germany.
PhD Thesis:
Optimale Photochemische Energiekonversion und Umgebungseffekte in Reaktiver Moleküldynamik.
Image: Benjamin Fingerhut
Image: Judith Voll Dr. Judith Voll
now postdoc in the group of
Prof. Dr. Shaul Mukamel at the University of California, Irvine.
PhD Thesis:
Quanten-Kontroll-Spektroskopie photochemischer Prozesse in biologischen Modellsystemen.
Dr. Caroline Gollub
now at the BASF, Ludwigshafen
PhD Thesis:
Femtosecond quantum control studies on vibrational quantum information processing.
Image: Caroline Gollub
Image: Brigitte Schneider Dr. Brigitte Schneider
PhD Thesis:
Entwicklung robuster Quantengatter auf infrarot-aktiven Qubits in MnBr(CO)5
Dr. Dorothee Geppert
now at InfoChem in München
PhD Thesis:
Molekulare Schalter mit Cyclohexadien als photoaktivem Zentrum: Struktur, Dynamik und Kontrolle
Image: Dorothee Geppert
Image: Shengli Zeng Dipl.-Chem. Shengli Zeng
Dr. Ulrike Troppmann
Ulrike finished her PhD in April 2006 and is now at the BASF, Ludwigshafen
PhD Thesis:
Studien zur Realisierbarkeit von Molekularem Quantencomputing
Image: Ulrike Troppmann
Image: Sebastian Braun Dipl.-Chem. Sebastian Braun
Now in the group of Peter Hofmann, Universität Heidelberg
Dipl.-Chem. Lena Seyfarth
Now in the group of Jürgen Senker, Uni Bayreuth
Image: Lena Seyfarth
Image: Thomas Hornung Dr. Thomas Hornung
now at the Carl Zeiss AG in Oberkochen
PhD Thesis:
Optimal control with ultrashort laser pulses: Theory and experiment
Dr. Angelika Hofmann
now at OEC, München
PhD Thesis:
Ultraschnelle molekulare Quantendynamik durch konische Durchschneidungen
Image: Angelika Hofmann
Image: Carmen Tesch-Biedermann Dr. Carmen Tesch-Biedermann
now at Athene Patent, München
PhD Thesis:
Entwicklung von Molekularem Quantencomputing
Dr. Lukas Kurtz
now at Infineon, Tokio
PhD Thesis:
Direct and inverse algorithms for characterizing molecular reaction surfaces locally and globally
Image: Lukas Kurtz

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