Portrait of Dr. Claudiu Genes

Dr. Claudiu Genes

Institut für Theoretische Physik
Technikerstraße 25/2
A-6020 Innsbruck
Austria

+43 512 507 52215

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  • Born 26 January 1978
  • PhD in Physics 2006
  • Since 2013 independent senior scientist, Innsbruck

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Welcome to the personal homepage of Dr. Claudiu Genes, senior scientist at the Institute for Theoretical Physics of the University of Innsbruck. Dr. Genes conducts research in the fields of:

  • quantum optics, cavity optomechanics
  • hybrid mechanical systems
  • quantum optics
  • quantum metrology
  • quantum transport

2013, FWF (Austrian Science Fund) stand-alone project (Hybrid Cavity Quantum Optomechanics - P24968-N27) - principal investigator (€214K).

2014, ESF (European Science Foundation) -strategic workshop organization funds - (QThYES 2014- Quantum technologies hybrid emitter - solid state systems - Sep. 21-24, 2014, Strasbourg) - main organizer (€20K).

2014, FSB (Spezialforschungsbereich), cQOM and cQED (ITNs)-workshop organization funds - (Cavity Optomechanics-from the micro- to the macro scale - Nov 4-6, 2013, Innsbruck) - main organizer (€15K).

2013, At the Annual Meeting 2013 in Linz of the Austrian Physical Society, Claudiu Genes receives the Ludwig Boltzmann Award 2013 (prize awarded every two years honoring outstanding achievements in theoretical physics).

David Plankensteiner - finished master studies in Dec 2014, currently enrolled in Ph.D. program

Torsten Hinkel - scheduled defence of master degree on 27 Feb 2015

Edoardo Tignone - enrolled in Ph.D. studies in Strasbourg, under joint supervision with Prof. G. Pupillo

  • Oct 2015 paper accepted: "Selective protected state preparation of coupled dissipative quantum emitters", D. Plankensteiner, L. Ostermann, H. Ritsch and C. Genes, Scientific Reports (2015)
  • Sep 2015 paper published: "Conductivity in organic semiconductors hybridized with the vacuum field", E. Orgiu, J. George, J. A. Hutchison, E. Devaux, J. F. Dayen, B. Doudin, F. Stellacci, C. Genet, J. Schachenmayer, C. Genes, G. Pupillo,P. Samori and T. W. Ebbesen, Nature Materials (2015)
  • Sep 2015 paper published: "A Realization of a Quasi-Random Walk for Atoms in Time-Dependent Optical Potentials", T. Hinkel, H. Ritsch and C. Genes, Atoms 2015, 3(3), 443-449,2015)
  • Aug 2015 paper submitted: "Direct observation of ultrafast many-body electron dynamics in a strongly-correlated ultracold Rydberg gas", N. Takei, C. Sommer, C. Genes, G. Pupillo, H. Goto, K. Koyasu, H. Chiba, M. Weidemller, K. Ohmori, submitted to Science (2015)
  • April 2015 paper published: "Cavity enhanced transport of excitons", J. Schachenmayer, C. Genes, E. Tignone and G. Pupillo, Phys. Rev. Lett. 114, 196403(2015)
  • May 2014 paper published: "Reconfigurable long-range phonon dynamics in optomechanical arrays", A. Xuereb, C. Genes, G. Pupillo, M. Paternostro and A. Dantan, Phys. Rev. Lett. 112, 133604 (2014)
  • Dec 2014: invited talk: Quantum metrology, transport and state preparation with interacting systems of quantum emitters, Theory Colloquium, University of Erlangen, (invited talk)
  • Dec 2014: talk: Quantum metrology, transport and state preparation with interacting systems of quantum emitters, Engineering of quantum emitter properties, workshop, University of Innsbruck, (talk).
  • Nov 2013: paper published: "Protected subspace Ramsey metrology", L. Ostermann, D. Plankensteiner, H. Ritsch and C. Genes, Phys. Rev. A 90, 053823 (2014)
  • Oct 2013: paper published: "Transmissive optomechanical platforms with engineered spatial defects", E. Tignone, G. Pupillo and C. Genes, Phys. Rev. A 90, 053831 (2014).
  • 21-24 Sep 2014: ESF strategic workshop "Quantum Technologies based on hybrid emitter - solid state systems" –takes place in Strasbourg. Chair: Claudiu Genes. Co-chairs: Guido Pupillo and Philipp Treutlein.
  • Aug 2014: invited seminar: Application of collective dynamics to quantum metrology and exciton transport, at the invitation of Prof. D. Chang, (invited seminar).
  • May 2014: collaboration visit on the topic: Rydberg-based quantum simulators and talk: Protected state quantum metrology, at the invitation of Prof. K. Omoji, IMS, Okazaki , Japan, (invited seminar).
  • May 2014: collaboration visit: Hybrid Optomechanical systems, with Prof. A. Dantan at the University of Aarhus, Denmark.
  • March 2014: Multi-Element Optomechanical Platforms - invited talk at the Gordon Research Seminar: Mechanical Systems in the quantum regime, Ventura Beach, CA, USA.
  • March 2014: Multi-Element Optomechanical Platforms in the Linear and Non-Linear Regimes - invited seminar at JILA, Boulder, Colorado, USA.
  • Feb 2014: Quantum metrology with dense ensembles of quantum emitters – invited talk at the Quantum Optics meeting 2014, Obergurgl. Austria.
  • Feb 2014: visit by Edoardo Tignone (from ISIS, Strasbourg, France).
  • Jan 2014: visit by Johannes Schachenmayer (JILA, Boulder, Colorado, USA).
  • Dec 2013: paper added to the arxiv: "Reconfigurable long-range phonon dynamics in optomechanical arrays", Andre Xuereb, Claudiu Genes, Guido Pupillo, Mauro Paternostro and Aurelien Dantan, arXiv:1312.5303 (2013).
  • Nov 2013: paper published "Collectively enhanced optomechanical coupling in periodic arrays of scatterers", Andre Xuereb, Claudiu Genes and Aurelien Dantan, Phys. Rev. A 88, 053803 (2013)
  • 4-6 Nov 2013: Workshop "Cavity Optomechanics - from the micro to the macroscale" –takes place in Innsbruck. Chair: Claudiu Genes. Co-chairs: Helmut Ritsch, Raimar Sandner, Nikolai Kiesel and Markus Aspelmeyer.
  • Oct 2013: David Plankensteiner has joined the group and started working towards a master thesis focused on dynamical effects inside the Bloch sphere for ensembles of communicating quantum emitters.
  • Oct 2013: Torsten Hinkel has joined the group and started working towards a master thesis focused on probing classical and quantum random walks of one and many atoms in a cavity QED setup.
  • Sep 2013: paper published: "Enhanced optomechanical readout using optical coalescence", Claudiu Genes, Andre Xuereb, Guido Pupillo, and Aurelien Dantan, Phys. Rev. A 88, 033855 (2013).
  • March 2013 paper published: "Protected State Enhanced Quantum Metrology with Interacting Two-Level Ensembles", Laurin Ostermann, Helmut Ritsch and Claudiu Genes, Phys. Rev. Lett. 111, 123601 (2013).
  • Sep 2013: At the Annual Meeting 2013 in Linz of the Austrian Physical Society, Claudiu Genes receives the Ludwig Boltzmann Award 2013(prize awarded every two years honoring outstanding achievements in theoretical physics).
  • March 2013: Claudiu Genes receives an FWF stand-alone grant for the project titled Hybrid quantum optomechanics in an optical cavity running from 2013 to 2016
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