TIMO KALDEWEY - ESR8

Timo will develop techniques and understanding leading to the new capability of performing electrically-driven single hole spin resonance.

email address – timo.kaldewey@unibas.ch

Host organisation (principal node)
Basel
http://nano-photonics.unibas.ch/index.html

Secondary nodes
Sheffield, Cambridge

Role within S3Nano

 

PERSONAL PROFILE

EDUCATION

Since November 2012
Universität Basel, Basel, Switzerland
PhD student
Nano-Photonics Group, Prof. Warburton, Department of Physics

2007 - 2012
Technische Universität München (TUM) Munich, Germany
Degree: Dipl. Phys. Univ. (diploma in physics)
Final grade: 1.4 *
Thesis: Ultrafast Pump Probe Spectroscopy of Quantum Dot Nanostructures
(Nanostructure Quantum Photonic Group, Prof. Finley, Walter Schottky Institute of the TUM)

4th year subjects:

  • Quantum Optics & Nanosystems
  • Nuclear Medicine
  • Medical Imaging

3rd  year subjects:

  • Solid State Physics & Nuclear and Particle Physics
  • Quantum Mechanics II & Thermodynamics and Statistical Physics 

1997 – 2007
Gymnasium Steglitz (grammar school), Berlin, Germany
Degree: Abitur
Mark: 1,5** (grade A)
Latinum (Latin proficiency certificate)
Graecum (qualification in ancient greek)
 *grades range from 1.0 (very good) over 4.0 (pass) to 5.0
**grades range from 1.0 (very good) over 4.0 (pass) to 6.0

WORK EXPERIENCE

December 2010 – July 2011
Working Student: E11 (Prof. Laubereau, ultrafast phenomena and quantum optics), TUM

2009
Working Student: E27 (Prof. Bausch, cell biophysics), TUM

ADDITIONAL SKILLS

Computing
Windows, Office, LaTeX, Matlab, LabView, SolidWorks, Corel Draw, programming

Bundeswettbewerb Informatik (national informatics competition Germany)
Successful participation 2005/2006 and 2006/2007 (two times the second place)

Languages
German
English

PUBLICATIONS

Ann. Phys., 525: 49–58 (2013)
Probing ultrafast carrier tunneling dynamics in individual quantum dots and molecules
(K. Müller, A. Bechtold, C. Ruppert, T. Kaldewey, M. Zecherle, J. S. Wildmann, M. Bichler, H. J. Krenner, J. M. Villas-Bôas, G. Abstreiter, M. Betz, and J. J. Finley)

Phys. Rev. B 85, 241306(R) (2012)
High fidelity optical preparation and coherent Larmor precession of a single hole in an InGaAs quantum dot molecule
(K. Müller, A. Bechtold, C. Ruppert, C. Hautmann, J. S. Wildmann, T. Kaldewey, M. Bichler, H. J. Krenner, G. Abstreiter, M. Betz, and J. J. Finley)