PhD student in the experimental quantum computing group
Marc Neis finished his bachelor’s degree in physics at the University of Cologne with an internship at the bioelectronics institute at the Forschungszentrum Jülich. After that, he followed up with his physics master focusing on condensed matter physics and biophysics. He graduated under the supervision of Dr. Dirk Mayer and Prof. Dr. Roger Wördenweber, by developing a (K, Na)NbO3-based thin film surface acoustic wave biosensor at the Forschungszentrum Jülich. Following his drive to design and create solutions for complex problems, he decided to join the newly founded PGI-13, led by Prof. Rami Barends and under the supervision of Dr. Pavel Bushev, as a Ph.D. student.
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