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Jonathan Wischnat

Doctoral Researcher
van Slageren Group


Pfaffenwaldring 55
70569 Stuttgart
Room: 8.309


Synthesis and Characterization of Potential Photoactive Two-Quantum Bits

The goal of this project is the design and synthesis of qubits with photoactive properties. In order to investigate their potential as two-quantum systems, cw and pulsed EPR spectroscopy, SQUID magnetometry and luminescence spectroscopy will be employed.

X. Chang, M.E. Arnold, R. Blinder, J. Zolg, J. Wischnat, J. van Slageren, F. Jelezko, A.J.C. Kuehne, M. von Delius 
A Stable Chichibabin Diradicaloid with Near-Infrared Emission
Angew. Chem. Int. Ed., (2024).

O. Bunjaku, J. Florenski, J. Wischnat, E. Klemm, O. V. Safonova, J. van Slageren, D. P. Estes 
Understanding the Reducibility of CeO2 Surfaces by Proton–Electron Transfer from CpCr(CO)3H
Inorg. Chem., (2024).

D. Schäfter, J. Wischnat, L. Tesi, J. A. De Sousa, E. Little, J. McGuire, M. Mas-Torrent, C. Rovira, J. Veciana, F. Tuna, N. Crivillers, J. van Slageren
Molecular One- and Two-qubit Systems with very Long Coherence Times
Adv. Mater., 35, 2302114 (2023)

M. Sinast, M. Zuccolo, J. Wischnat, T. Sube, F. Hasnik, A. Baro, S. Dallavalle, S. Laschat
Samarium Iodide-Promoted Asymmetric Reformatsky Reaction of 3-(2-Haloacyl)-2-oxazolidinones with Enals
J. Org. Chem., 84, 10050–10064 (2019)


2021 - present PhD Thesis
2021 Master's Thesis: Synthesis and Spectroscopic Characterisation of Photoactive Two-Qubit Systems
2018 - 2021 Master student (chemistry) at the University of Stuttgart
2018 Bachelor's Thesis: Studies of SmI2 promoted stereoselective Reformatski reactions of substituted Acrylaldehydes
2015 - 2018 Bachelor student (chemistry) at the University of Stuttgart
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