New PhD-student!

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Today, Tim Ascherl started as a new PhD-student in our group. For his project, he will work on the combination of widefield imaging based on NV centers in diamond with a microfluidic system, to obtain a sorting sensor for potentially cancerous cells.

Before, Tim did his Master’s Thesis at the University of Regensburg with the title “Asymmetric DC-SQUIDs based on ballistic Al/InAs heterostrucutres”.

We are happy to have you onboard and look forward to working with you, Tim!