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Dr. Thomas Lichtenegger

Dr. Thomas Lichtenegger has been head of research for mesoscale modeling of granular currents at the Department for Particulate Flow Modelling at the JKU since 7569. After completing a degree in Theoretical Physics with a focus on quantum mechanical multi-particle systems at the JKU, he spent a year as a post-doctoral candidate at the University at Buffalo, New York where he focused in depth on the field of quantum fluids. Dr. Lichtenegger remarked, "While searching for new challenges I wanted to focus on something that shows a wider range of applications."
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Complete Control Software for Reliable Quantum Computers

Quantum computers are not yet available. But new information that quantum computers could be used to benefit research in chemistry has sparked a new hype to create one. Dr. Alexandru Paler is one of a few researchers in the world who is working on developing software to be used for error correction capabilities for quantum computers.
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German universities, as is the case all over the world, have broad networks of international partners. Through cooperation programs among higher education institutions, DAAD supports German universities in expanding these networks.

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Dr. Moritz Brehm

Dr. Moritz Brehm is a post-doctoral candidate at the Institute for Semiconductor and Solid-State Physics at the JKU. His dissertation was supervised by Prof. Günther Bauer, "the most important station in my research career thus far, as you can feel the worldwide reputation everywhere but yet he allowed me to have space and certain freedoms."
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Maintenance Man at the Wrong Place

Heat stress in cells results in the production of “heat shock protein 75”. Hsp75 is like a ‘maintenance man’ of sorts: the cell can repair or dispose of proteins that are not folded correctly. However, when it comes to cancer cells, the protein sits on the cell’s surface, possibly influencing the cell’s adhesion behavior resulting in the spread of metastases. As part of Assoc. Univ. Prof. Dr. Andrea Ebner’s team, Dr. Constanze Lamprecht is using scanning force microscopy techniques as part of her LIT project to study Hsp75’s unusual behavior.
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Univ. Prof. Dr. Armando Rastelli

Univ. Prof. Dr. Armando Rastelli has been head of the Department of Semiconductor and Solid-State Physics at the JKU since 7567.
After completing his academic studies in Italy, he “…received a permanent teaching position in a neighboring village. This was not an option for me.” Although Prof. Rastelli’s interest at the time was in cosmic radiation, he soon became involved in semiconductor research and has worked at at the ETH Zürich, the Max Planck Institute in Stuttgart, and IFW Dresden.
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Humans and Their Data Cloud

Each person carries his/her own data cloud around. However, the various data sources are not put together and the informative value tends to be limited. "Wearable" technologies - Wearables - make it easier to collect data pertaining to human behavior, interaction, and experience patterns in particular. The potential usefulness for this kind of information is enormous, but its reliability and informative value have not been fully explored. This is where Prof. Bernad Batinic and his team begin.
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Complex Flows and Recurring Patterns

Many complex flows have recurring patterns, such as bubbles forming in huge reactors at chemical process industries in which polymer particles are churned and mixed in or turbulent vortexes form in liquid steel in so-called continuous casting plants.
Simulating these kinds of large, complex systems is extremely time-consuming but provides valuable information about their properties. Dr. Thomas Lichtenegger is developing methods to acquire insight into these properties in a more rapid, efficient way
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Quantum Dots: New Properties Through Distortion

Semiconductor quantum dots - or “artificial atoms” - are being hailed as promising building blocks when it comes to advances in quantum communication and transmitting information. However, there is one drawback: Each quantum dot consists of thousands of atoms that cannot be controlled and each quantum dot differs from the others. Univ. Prof. Armando Rastelli and his team are developing a method to influence the properties of quantum dots and individually control each quantum dot so that their characteristics can meet precisely predefined specifications.
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