Benedikt Tratzmiller

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Email: benedikt.tratzmiller[at]
Tel: +49-731-50-22906
Room O25/406
Institute for Theoretical Physics
Ulm University
Albert-Einstein Allee 11
D-89081 Ulm, Germany

My Research Interests

My main research interests are in the field of quantum mechanics, particularly quantum optics and its applications. During my master’s thesis I am working on dynamical nuclear polarization protocols based on nitrogen vacancy (NV) centers, i.e. methods to transfer spin polarization from a NV center’s electron spin to nuclear spins, like for example hydrogen spins. This has the potential to significantly improve the sensitivity of nuclear magnetic resonance. My research includes the simulation of recently developed polarization schemes as well as the development of new methods.

Most Recent Papers

Efficient construction of matrix-product representations of many-body Gaussian states, Phys. Rev. A 104, 012415 (2021)

One-shot manipulation of entanglement for quantum channels, IEEE Trans. Inf. Theo. 67, 5339 (2021)

Enhanced force sensitivity and entanglement in periodically driven optomechanics, Phys. Rev. A 103, L061501 (2021)



Ulm University
Institute of Theoretical Physics
Albert-Einstein-Allee 11
D - 89069 Ulm

Tel: ++49 / 731 / 50 - 22911
Fax: ++49 / 731 / 50 - 22924

Office: Building M26, room 4117

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