QuantumMagnonics at KIT

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Quantum state manipulation in natural and artificial spin systems

Our research interests are in the field of nanoelectronic devices for quantum information processing: magnonics in the quantum regime, quantum emulation/simulation, and alternative qubit circuits and systems.

Research highlights include:

  • Superconducting resonators and qubits
  • Material science for quantum information devices
  • Quantum control of artificial few-level atoms
  • Alternative linear and non-linear elements for superconducting electronics (quantum and classic)
  • Transport in tunnel and constriction junctions
  • Superconducting spintronic
  • Development of fabrication methods for nanoelectronic devices


Dr. Martin Weides


Institute of Physics
Wolfgang Gaede Strasse 7
Karlsruhe 76131
Phone: +49 721 608 43503
49° 0' 45.2232" N, 8° 24' 43.0848" E
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