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Michal Kern
PhD student
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Telephone +49-(0)711-685 64428
Office 8-308
Email Mail to m.kern@...
Address Universität Stuttgart,
Institut für Physikalische Chemie
Pfaffenwaldring 55
D-70569 Stuttgart
Research

Integration of Molecular Quantum Bits with Semiconductor Spintronics

The project aims at bridging the gap between physical chemistry and electrical engineering by integration of novel qubits and group IV semiconductor spintronics. We will investigate the interaction between spin polarized electrons in semiconducting channels and molecular quibits deposited on the surface using Hanle measurements, electrically detected magnetic resonance and conventional electron spin resonance methods.

CV

2015 - present
2015
2014
2013 - 2015

2010 - 2013
PhD Thesis
Master Thesis at University of Stuttgart
ERASMUS at University of Stuttgart
Master student (Physical engineering and nanotechnologies) at Brno University of Technology
Bachelor student (Physical engineering and nanotechnologies) at Brno University of Technology

Awards

  • Innovation of Interdisciplinary Study Linking Science and Engineering (IMPI) Student Grant (2013) - Optimization of a Radiofrequency Dissociation Source
  • IMPI Student Grant (2012) - Radiofrequency Source of Atomic Nitrogen
Publications

  1. Ivan Nemec, Radovan Herchel, Michal Kern, Petr Neugebauer, Joris van Slageren and Zdeněk Trávníček
    Magnetic Anisotropy and Field-induced Slow Relaxation of Magnetization in Tetracoordinate Co(II) Compound [Co(CH3-im)2Cl2]
    Materials, 10(3), 249 (2017).
     
  2. R. Koerner, D. Schwarz, I.A. Fischer, L. Augel, S. Bechler, L. Haenel, M. Kern, M. Oehme, E. Rolseth, B. Schwartz, D. Weisshaupt, W. Zhang, J. Schulze
    The Zener-Emitter: A novel superluminescent Ge optical waveguide-amplifier with 4.7 dB gain at 92 mA based on free-carrier modulation by direct Zener tunneling monolithically integrated on Si
    IEEE International Electron Devices Meeting (IEDM), San Francisco, CA, pp. 22.5.1-22.5.4, 2016.
     
  3. M. Dörfel, M. Kern, H. Bamberger, P. Neugebauer, K. Bader, R. Marx, A. Cornia, T. Mitra, A. Müller, M. Dressel, L. Bogani, J. van Slageren
    Torque-Detected Electron Spin Resonance as a Tool to Investigate Magnetic Anisotropy in Molecular Nanomagnets
    Magnetochemistry, 2(2), 25 (2016).