Dr. Leuenberger received his PhD in Theoretical Condensed Matter Physics from the University of Basel, Switzerland. He spent three years as a postdoctoral associate in three different institutions (University of California San Diego, University of Iowa, University of Basel Switzerland) before joining UCF in 2005 as an assistant professor.
- AFOSR award entitled “Modeling Quantum Network inside Photonic Crystal (PC) made of Quantum Dots (QDs) in Nanocavities by means of Quantum Field Theory”
- NSF ECCS award entitled “Quantum-field theoretical modeling and simulation of many-body entanglement of excitons and photons in semi-conductor structures”
- DARPA Young Investigator Award entitled “High-temperature electrically driven Mbps single-photon source at telecom wavelengths”.
- NSF ECCS award entitled “Modeling of a Photonic Crystal Hosting a Quantum Network Made of Single Spins in Quantum Dots that Interact via Single Photons”
The College of Sciences celebrated its new Ph.D. graduates in a reception hosted by Dean Michael Johnson, Ph.D. Twelve students were recognized at the ceremony with their family members and faculty advisors by ... Read more