Johannes Schachenmayer

I'm a theoretical quantum physicist (CNRS scientist, CRCN) researching and teaching at the Université de Strasbourg in France. I work at the Centre Européen de Sciences Quantiques (CESQ) as part of the Institut de Science et d'Ingénierie Supramoléculaires (ISIS).

Address:
CESQ, Bât. 120, 23 rue du Loess
67000 Strasbourg, France
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Latest bits of news

  • 20/12/2023 - New funding: My CNRS EMERGENCE project DINOPARC ("Disorder-induced non-classical states in polaritonic chemistry") has been accepted and will start soon. I'm looking for interested post-doc candidates.
  • 08/12/2023 - Recordings from my lecturs at Les Houches and Carg├Ęse are available (see Teaching).
  • 18/07/2023 - Our recent work on: "Comparing bipartite entropy growth in open-system matrix-product simulation methods", has been published in:
    G. Preisser, D. Wellnitz, T. Botzung, and J. Schachenmayer, Phys. Rev. A 108, 012616 (2023).
  • 25/06/2023 - Thank you all for your numerous and excellent contributions that made EGAS 54 such a great success (https://www.egas54.org). Hope to see many of you again next year at EGAS 55.
  • 17/03/2023 - I will be teaching at the Les Houches Predoc School (Oct. 9-20, 2023) on
    "Ultracold molecules: quantum physics and applications".
    Consider a visit and see: https://coldatoms2023.sciencesconf.org/.
  • 22/10/2022 - Our recent work on the "Rise and fall, and slow rise again, of operator entanglement under dephasing" has been published in:
    D. Wellnitz, G. Preisser, V. Alba, J. Dubail, and J. Schachenmayer, Phys. Rev. Lett. 129, 170401 (2022).

Trajectory

  • Habilitation (2019): Habilitation à diriger des recherches (HDR), Université de Strasbourg.
  • CNRS (2016): Tenured researcher position in Strasbourg.
  • Post-doc (2013-2016): JILA, Boulder, CO, US (group of A. M. Rey).
  • Visiting student/post-doc (2011-2013): University of Pittsburgh, PA, US (group of A. J. Daley).
  • Doctoral degree (2012): Dr. rer. nat, Universität Innsbruck, Austria.
  • Master degree (2008): Dipl.-Phys., Technische Universität München (TUM), Germany.

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