Fiber-optical setup at the Instittute of Applied Physics.
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Quantum Detection

Fiber-optical setup at the Instittute of Applied Physics.
Image: Jürgen Scheere (University of Jena)
Prof. Heidemarie Schmidt. Prof. Heidemarie Schmidt. Image: Anne Günther (University of Jena)

Prof. Heidemarie SCHMIDT

 

Email: heidemarie.schmidt@uni-jena.de
Phone: +49 3641 206-116

Since 2017, Heidemarie Schmidt is Professor for Solid State Physics and Quantum Detection at FSU Jena and Head of the Research Department Quantum Detection at the Leibniz-IPHT, Jena. Her research areas span:

  • detectors for application in the life sciences and medical technology: impedance biochips
  • cryogenic single photon detectors for applications in quantum optics, safety, and security
  • high-sensitivity, robust detectors and detector systems for applications in life science, medical technology, and environmental monitoring: IR sensors
  • AI hardware with analog and digital functionality for application in neuromorphic computing, sensor-near data analysis, and trusted electronics: analog, electroforming-free memristors and digital, electroforming-free memristors
  • light-matter interaction in external fields: magnetooptics and electrooptics
  • bound magnetic polaron formation in transparent oxide thin films: magnetotransport

link to the Schmidt research group at Leibniz-IPHT

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