Department of Physics and Materials Science
Université du Luxembourg
162a, avenue de la Faïencerie
L-1511 Luxembourg

Office: BRB 1.07
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Research interests
My main research interest is low-dimensional quantum mechanics, where powerful analytical and numerical tools allow us to investigate phenomena which are becoming increasingly experimentally relevant. I am currently developing a more refined model for the proximity effect in chiral quantum Hall edge states, which is both relevant for current experiments on Andreev bound states and for proposed attempts at finding anyonic quasiparticles in the shape of parafermionic zero modes. Further interests include odd-frequency superconductivity, cold atom systems, development and application of numerical methods like DMRG and machine learning, as well as quantum causality.
Scientific CV
  • From Nov 2018: Doctoral student in a joint PhD programme between University of Luxembourg and St. Andrews University (UK)
  • Aug 2013 - Sep 2018: BSc + MSc in physics - Department of Physics and Astronomy, Aarhus University (DK)