Marc Sartison - Paderborn University

Semiconductor Physics (HL), Quantum Optics and Photonics (Q)

Position group leader
Address Hybrid quantum photonics devices (hqpd)
Paderborn University
Research quantum dots, hybrid quantum photonic systems, integrated photonics, deterministic lithography
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Semiconductor Physics (HL)
Quantum Optics and Photonics (Q)

© Marc Satison

Research Agenda: Process development and realization of photonic integrated circuits on different platforms as well as deterministic integration of single-photon sources into optical and electrical devices.

Short Bio: I have started studying physics at the University of Stuttgart in 2008 where I graduated with a BSc degree in 2011 with a thesis about molecular dynamics simulation of laser ablation in metals in the group of Prof. Johannes Roth from the FMQ (formerly ITAP). I continued my studies in physics in Stuttgart and finished the master in the group of Michael Jetter at the IHFG with a thesis about site-controlled growth of semiconductor quantum dots in 2014. In 2019, I received the degree Dr. rer. nat. from the University of Stuttgart under supervision of Simone Portalupi and Prof. Peter Michler for performing research on deterministic fabrication of QD-based single-photon devices. Since 2020 I'm employed at Paderborn University in the group of Prof. Klaus Jöns as a group leader being responsible for process/fabrication development and all cleanroom activities.