ML4Q Stories

Scientists have a lot to share. Many exciting stories to tell. On being a physicist. How do they perceive their world. Why are they doing what they are doing. Moments of satisfaction. Fulfillment. Frustration. Challenges. And of course, many science-related discussions. Thoughts on methodology. Theoretical debates. Opinions on where quantum science is heading.

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Physics in the time of COVID-19

Physics in the time of COVID-19

It was inevitable... ... the scent of acetone always reminded Dr. Christian Dickel of the frustrations of nanofabrication. How does Covid-19 and the measures to mitigate the pandemic influence the life of physicists? Let’s start from what “normal” people think...

When I was a high school student, Albert Einstein was my idol

When I was a high school student, Albert Einstein was my idol

I have had quite an unusual career path, and it may be interesting for others to know that such a path is possible. When I was a high school student, Albert Einstein was my idol. My dream was to become a physics professor (hopefully at the Princeton Advanced...

Fabrication Map RWTH Aachen

Fabrication Map RWTH Aachen

Fabrication is the first step in many projects, whether you do it yourself or have a fabrication team supporting you. The extent of realization of proposals invariably sees a bottleneck in experimental realization, often the limitation of fabrication capability....

Next Stop ML4Q

Next Stop ML4Q with Gláucia Murta

Next Stop ML4Q with Gláucia Murta

In Next stop ML4Q, young scientists joining our cluster talk about their career steps before moving to one of our universities. Watch in this episode Gláucia Murta from the group of Dagmar Bruss at Heinrich Heine University Düsseldorf. Have a look at other stories!...

Next Stop ML4Q with Mari Gachechiladze

Next Stop ML4Q with Mari Gachechiladze

In Next stop ML4Q, young scientists joining our cluster talk about their career steps before moving to one of our universities. Watch in this episode Mari Gachechiladze, postdoc fellow in the group of David Gross, University of Cologne. Have a look at other stories!...

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Julian Schmitt on latest Science paper findings

Julian Schmitt on latest Science paper findings

We have reported on the latest publication in Science based on a cooperation between the Weitz and Kroha groups at the University of Bonn. In this short video, co-author Julian Schmitt explains the main findings and speaks about exciting future directions to the team...

David Gross at the Karl Rahner Akademie

David Gross at the Karl Rahner Akademie

Yesterday David Gross gave a lecture on quantum computers at the Karl Rahner Akademie in Cologne. Karl Rahner was a Jesuite priest and theologian who is considered to be one of the most influential Roman Catholic theologians of the 20th century. He is known for...