Quantum Electronics and Computer Engineering

The research of Professor Kai Müller focuses on the photonic quantum engineering of building blocks which are essential for all areas of quantum science and technology, as well as the development of fully-integrated quantum-photonic circuits. This spans the entire range from fundamental quantum optical studies over the development of devices to demonstrator experiments. At its heart lies investigating the light-matter interaction in nanostructures in order to tailor it for emerging applications in quantum communication, quantum simulation, quantum computation, quantum metrology and quantum sensing.

Publications by the Focus Group


  • Klein, J.; Lorke, M.; Florian, M.; Sigger, F.; Sigl, L.; Rey, S.; Wierzbowski, J.; Cerne, J.; Müller, K.; Mitterreiter, E.; Zimmermann, P.; Taniguchi, T.; Watanabe, K.; Wurstbauer, U.; Kaniber, M.; Knap, M.; Schmidt, R.; Finley, J. J.; Holleitner, A. W.: Site-selectively generated photon emitters in monolayer MoS2 via local helium ion irradiation. Nature Communications 10 (1), 2019 mehr…