The NANOQUESTFIT Team

The NANOQUESTFIT team is an interdisciplinary research consortium funded by the European Commission withín ICT FET OPEN. We integrate the expertise of the following research groups.

 


Quantum Nanophysics &  Molecular Quantum Optics

University of Vienna

Prof. Markus Arndt (Coordinator)


Theoretical Quantum Optics & Quantum Decoherence
University of Duisburg-Essen

Prof. Klaus Hornberger


Nano-spectroscopy & Nanofabrication  

Tel Aviv University

Prof. Ori Cheshnovsky


Physical Chemistry & Cluster Physics

Tel Aviv University

Prof. Uzi Even


Foundations of Quantum Physics
University of Trieste

Dr. Angelo Bassi


Synthetic Chemistry and Tailored Nanostructures
University of Basel

Prof. Marcel Mayor

 

 

 

 

 

Coopted members of the NANOQUEST Team

We are grateful to two young successful female scientists who will support the NANOQUEST team as

Young researchers financed through NANOQUESTFIT

Dr. Mohammad Bahrami

Quantum Theory

University of Trieste

Nadine Dörre
Quantum Nanophysics

University of Vienna

Lukas Felix

Chemical Synthesis

University of Basel

Dr. Almudena I. Gallego González,

Chemical Synthesis

University of Basel

Dr. Philipp Haslinger

Quantum Nanophsics

University of Vienna

Dr. Michele Sclafani

Quantum Nanophysics

University of Vienna

Dr. Andrea Smirne

Quantum theory

University of Trieste

Benjamin Stickler

Theoretica Quantum Optics 

University of Duisburg-Essen

Kai Walter

Theoretical Quantum Optics

University of Duisburg-Essen

Young researchers working on NANOQUESTFIT themes, third party funded

Peter Asenbaum

Quantum Optics

University of Vienna

Aharon Ronny Barnea

Cluster Physics

School of Chemistry, Tel Aviv University


Agnese Codutti

Quantum theory

University of Trieste

Dr. Stefan Nimmrichter

Theoretical Quantum Optics

University Duisburg-Essen

Christian Knobloch

Quantum Nanophysics

University of Vienna

Ugur Sezer

Quantum Nanophysics

Unviersity of Vienna

Ayala Shvarzman
Cluster Physics
School of Chemistry,Tel Aviv University

Marko Toros

Quantum theory

University of Trieste