Martin Plenio is Director of the Institute of Theoretical Physics and of the Center for Quantum Bio-Sciences and he leads the Controlled Quantum Dynamics group at Ulm University.
His research interests cover Quantum Technologies (including Trapped Ions, Cavity QED and Colour Centers in Diamond), Quantum Information Science (including Entanglement and Resource Theory and their applications, Quantum Statistical Mechanics and Quantum Many Body Physics, Signal Processing and Quantum Metrology) and Quantum Biology (including Photosynthesis and Electron Transport).
More information can be found in his CV and Publications.
Felix Ahnefeld got his first paper published
Julen Pedernales did it again, Best Post Prize at the UniKORN Poster Session 2021
Martin Plenio is listed as highly cited researcher for the fourth time in a row.
Our work on Quantum Physics and Biology featured Local and National Radio
Ludovico Lami wins a Humboldt Fellowship to continue his work in our group for another 2 years
Most Recent Papers
Scalable Generation of Multiphoton Entangled States by Active Feed-Forward and Multiplexing, Phys. Rev. Lett. 129, 150501, arXiv:1908.05722.
Detection of Few Hydrogen Peroxide Molecules Using Self-Reporting Fluorescent Nanodiamond Quantum Sensors, JACS 144, 12642.
Robust macroscopic matter-wave interferometry with solids, Phys. Rev. A 105, 063313, arXiv:2107.14794.
Fingerprint and Universal Markovian Closure of Structured Bosonic Environments, Phys. Rev. Lett. 129, 140603.
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