Here, some M2 students of the 2022-2023 QMat cohort introduce themselves
I am currently in M2 Condensed Matter and Nanophysics as well as third year of Magistère (MdPF). I am mainly interested in “hard” condensed matter physics, where quantum phenomena are no longer negligible, and mainly in the magnetism part of it. During the second semester my internship topic will be to study spin waves in 2D (atomically thin) materials, hopefully, this will be my PhD topic too.
I’m Florian Maurer. I’ve been studying in Strasbourg since my first year at University and I’m now a M2-student in the MCN (Condensed Matter and Nanophysics) track. I am proud to me member of the QMat community that allows for a lot of collaboration with other students and researchers. I am interested in theoretical physics, mainly in quantum mechanics and in semiclassical physics. Besides that, I play the trombone in different orchestras such as the « Orchestre Universitaire de Strasbourg » whose I am also a member of the committee.
I am currently enrolled in the M2 “condensed matter and nano-physics” track. My main research interests lie in photovoltaics, more specifically the different fabrication and characterization techniques needed to enhance black silicon for solar cell implementations, and QMat graduate school provides the most pertinent means to help me realize my goals
Currently a second-year master student in Condensed Matter and Nanophysics (MCN) with a reinforcement by the Magistere de Physique Fondamentale (MdPF) at the University of Strasbourg. I am mainly interested in out-of-equilibrium processes, relativistic quantum mechanics and atomic physics. My goal is to do a PhD in one of these topics.
I am currently a 3rd year student at the Telecom Physique Strasbourg engineering school and a M2 student in “Subatomic physics and astroparticles” degree.
I joined the QMat program to be a part of this great community, to share my knowledge and learn with other students from other backgrounds, while discovering new topics of interest for me.
Lebanese student at the Faculty of Physics and Engineering of the University of Strasbourg. I moved to Strasbourg in 2022 to join the M2 PRIDI program because I am highly interested in this domain and its applications in the medical field. My ultimate goal is to become an expert in the PRIDI domain and then make a real contribution to this domain. My plan is to pursue my degree by doing a PhD, with the goal of achieving new discoveries in the research field.
I am an M2 Student in Materials and Nanoscience stream. I joined the QMat program in September 2022 after obtaining my Bachelors of Engineering Degree in Nano Technology. I always wanted to pursue a career in the research field so I chose the emerging technology of the 21st century. I am interested in Synthesis of Nanomaterials and their applications.
I am currently a master student in the Condensed Matter and Nanophysics(M2- MCN) program in the Faculty of Physics and Engineering of the University of Strasbourg, as part of the QMat master program. I hold a BSc degree in Physics with a specialization in Fondamental Physics, which I obtained after completing my studies at the University of Yaoundé 1, in Cameroon. I am mostly interested in Physics of semiconductors and physics of magnetic states. So, I aim to obtain a PhD grant about this topics next year.
I am currently a 3rd year student at the Telecom Physique Strasbourg engineering school and a M2 student in the astrophysics degree at the astronomical observatory of Strasbourg. I joined the QMat program to both deepen and broaden my interest in the quantum field and in the world of research. I intend to specialize myself with a PhD in Cosmology and High-Energy Astrophysics next year.
I am studying general engineering at Telecom Physique Strasbourg and additionally starting a Master 2 in Astrophysics at the Astronomical Observatory of Strasbourg. I joined the QMat program because quantum phenomena are important for understanding the Universe. It is also an opportunity to deepen my knowledge in physics and discover new fields of interest. I would like to continue my studies with a PhD in Astrophysics.
I have done my master 1 in fundamental physics at the Lebanese University. Now, I am delighted to join the QMat program as a master 2 student in the Subatomic and Astroparticle Physics (M2-PSA) at the Faculty of Physics and Engineering – University of Strasbourg. I would like to specialize in High Energy Particle Physics, and I aim to pursue a PhD in this field.
Simon RINCON CELIS
I did my licentiate degree in Physics at Universidad Simón Bolívar (Venezuela) and my M1 studies at UNISTRA. Now I am part of the M2 in Condensed Matter and Nanophysics. I am mainly interested in research areas like Quantum Information Processing, Open Quantum Systems, and their link to Condensed Matter and Statistical Physics. I pursue to follow a Ph.D. in one of these fields.
I am a M2 student in Subatomic Physics and Astroparticles, with a reinforcement by the Magistère of Fundamental Physics (MdPF). I have studied mathematics and physics in preparatory classes before joining the faculty of Physics & Engineering. My interests lie in Physics Beyond the Standard Model, B-Physics and even a bit of cosmology, domains in which I hope to do a PhD thesis next year.
I am currently a M2 student in the MCN master, after a M1 physics in Strasbourg and a BCs degree in fundamental physics in Lille. I joined QMat this year because I do hold a deep interest in Quantum Mechanics and Condensed Matter, going from topics related to quantum information processing techniques involving computing science and open quantum systems, to solid-state electronic devices. I am projecting to find a final-year internship with experimental dimension, oriented on future quantum technologies. And I plan to pursue my degree by doing a PhD, with the aim to devote my professional career towards understanding and finding outcomes of these fields in my future research specialization.
I finished my Master 1 in physics at the University of Strasbourg. Currently I’m a M2 student in condensed matter and Nanophysics path in unistra. I’m mostly interested in Nanophysics researches and I intend to pursue a PHD in this field.
I obtained my Bachelor’s degree in Physics in Bordeaux University. I am now a M2 student in Subatomic and Astroparticle Physics (PSA) in Strasbourg University and I am glad to be enrolled in the QMat program. I have a great interest in High Energy Physics and in particular particle physics. I would really like to pursue a PhD in this field and get started with academic research !
Valerius Evan LIGASETIAWAN
My name is Valerius Evan Ligasetiawan. I am currently enrolled in the M2 MCN (Master of Condensed Matter and Nanophysics) track. I am particularly interested in theoretical condensed matter physics, mainly related to entanglement in many-body systems described using simple Hamiltonian models as a starting point. I think QMat graduate school will complement what I lack through the courses and internships that will lead me to an exciting PhD topic.
I obtained my bachelor’s in physics from Sohag University in Egypt. I then attended a one-year master program in mathematical sciences at the African Institute for Mathematical Sciences (AIMS) in Ghana. In 2021, I started at the University of Strasbourg as an M1 student and QMat scholar. I am currently attending the M2 in Subatomic Physics & Astroparticles (PSA).
My main interest is particle physics, and I worked at CERN (European Laboratory for Particle Physics) on the FASER experiment, searching for new light and weakly interacting elementary particles. I also worked on some reactions within the Belle II experiment in Japan, which could be the first sign of physics Beyond the Standard Model.
I obtained my bachelor’s degree at Strasbourg and I am currently enrolled at the MCN (Master of Condensed matter and Nanophysics) track. I am interested in experimental physics and especially the STM and the AFM where I would like to do a PhD.
I am currently a M2 student in the Condensed Matter and Nanophysics master degree. I did my Bachelor’s degree in physics at the University of Strasbourg. I am interested in many body quantum physics and particularly in simulation using the matrix-product state method.