Clémentine Thibault received the “Best Presentation award” at the IWOE29
Clémentine Thibault, PhD in the UNIGE’s group of Oxides Interfaces Physics received the “Best Presentation award” for her poster : “Coupling oxygen octahedra rotation in orthorhombic perovskite heterostructures: The LaVO3/DyScO3 case” at the International Workshop on Oxide...
Francesco Lonardo received the Best Student Award at the MT-28 conference
Francesco Lonardo, PhD student in the group of Applied Superconductivity was one of the recipients of the Best Student Award at the 28th International Magnet Technology Conference (MT-28). The work of Francesco on the “Influence of the heat treatment on the layer-JC of internal-Sn Nb3Sn wires...
Gianmarco Bovone – 2023 recipient of the Jan Evetts Award
Gianmarco Bovone, Postdoc in the UNIGE's group of Applied Superconductivity is one of the three recipients of the 2023 Jan Evetts Award at the EUCAS 2023 conference. This award recognizes excellent work published in Superconductivity Science and Technology by early career researchers. Gianmarco...
Carlota Pereira – 2023 recipient of the IEEE CSC Graduate Study Fellowship in Applied Superconductivity
Carlota Pereira Carlos, PhD student in the group of Applied Superconductivity at UNIGE with a position funded by CERN, is one of the recipients of the 2022 IEEE CSC Graduate Study Fellowship in Applied Superconductivity, with her research on the development of high-performance Nb thin film...
Carmine Senatore maps superconductivity technologies for the World Economic Forum
Professor at the Faculty of Science, Carmine Senatore is the first UNIGE expert to collaborate with the World Economic Forum on a "transformation map". His mission: to raise the profile of superconducting technologies in economic and political circles.
Welcome to Ajit Srivastava, Associate Professor
Welcome to Prof. Ajit Srivastava who has joined the DQMP as an Associate Professor since July 1st, 2023.
Jérémie Teyssier and Volodymyr Multian received an Innogap grant
For their project "Non-polarizing optical module", Jérémie Teyssier and Volodymyr Multian received an Innogap grant from UNITEC, UNIGE. They developed an optical module that can replace a beam splitter or a dichroic mirror while preserving the polarization state of the transmitted and reflected...
Fabian von Rohr received the 2022 Werner Prize
Prof. Fabian O. von Rohr is the 2022 winner of the Werner Prize awarded by the Swiss Chemical Society. This award underlines the importance of the work of this young researcher and his laboratory, at the intersection of chemistry and physics, to discover new materials with quantum properties at...
Antoine Georges awarded the 2022 Feenberg Memorial Medal
Antoine Georges, professor at the DQMP, UNIGE and at the Collège de France, and director of the CCQ, Flatiron Institute has been awarded jointly with Gabriel Kotliar and Dieter Vollhardt the 2022 Feenberg Memorial Medal for established work that has significantly advanced the field of many-body ...
João Ferreira received the Cogito Grant with |Hop>
João Ferreira received the Cogito grant for his project "Teaching quantum with |Hop>".
Professor Andrea Caviglia awarded an ERC Consolidator Grant
Andrea Caviglia, full professor at the Department of Quantum Matter physics, UNIGE, has been recognized for the excellence of his work with an ERC Consolidator Grant providing 2 million euros over five years for the QED Materials project - Quantum Electrodynamics of materials.
Welcome to Fabian von Rohr, Associate Professor
Welcome to Fabian von Rohr, who joins DQMP this month as associate professor.Fabian is an expert in the synthesis and growth of quantum materials and will head a new laboratory for materials discovery at DQMP.
Welcome to Andrea Caviglia, Full Professor
Welcome to Andrea Caviglia, full professor at DQMP since January 2022.
Prof. Fabian von Rohr receives the Ruzicka Prize 2021
Prof. Fabian von Rohr received the Ruzicka Prize 2021 the for his work on the discovery of quantum materials by combining chemical and physical design principles. The award ceremony took place on November 18.
Jose Ferradas – 2021 recipient of the IEEE CSC Graduate Study Fellowship in Applied Superconductivity
Jose Ferradas, PhD student in the group of Prof. Carmine Senatore with a position funded by CERN, is one of the six recipients of the 2021 IEEE CSC Graduate Study Fellowship in Applied Superconductivity, with his research on the mechanical behavior of Nb3Sn-based accelerator magnets during a...
Claribel Dominguez obtained a Subside tremplin
Claribel Dominguez in the group of Prof. Jean-Marc Triscone, obtained a UNIGE Subside tremplin. Claribel is finishing her PhD working on nickelate superlattices where an interesting coupling mechanism was found in structures made of two nickelates with different metal-insulator transition...
Philippe Tückmantel received the Springer Theses prize
Each year the Springer Thesis prize is awarded to a PhD work in order to recognise its scientific impact. The thesis of Philippe Tückmantel entitled "Scanning Probe Studies of Structural and Functional Properties of Ferroelectric Domains and Domain Walls", supervised by Professor Patrycja Paruch...