Martin Koppenhöfer


Department of Physics
University of Basel
Klingelbergstrasse 82
CH-4056 Basel


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Research interests

Short CV

2016-present   PhD student in the group of Prof. C. Bruder
Department of Physics, University of Basel, Basel, Switzerland
2016   Scientific assistant in the group of Prof. G. Schön
Institute for Theoretical Solid-State Physics (TFP), Karlsruhe Insitute of Technology, Karlsruhe, Germany
2014-2016   Master of Science in Physics
Master Thesis "Superconducting Quantum Metamaterials as Active Lasing Medium: Effects of Disorder and Longitudinal Coupling" at the Institute for Theoretical Solid-State Physics (TFP), supervisors Prof. G. Schön and Dr. M. Marthaler
Karlsruhe Institute of Technology, Karlsruhe, Germany
2010-2014   Bachelor of Science in Physics
Bachelor Thesis "Design of an Experimental Setup and Characterization of Beam Guidance Magnets for a Laser-Wakefield-Accelerator" at the Laboratory for Applications of Synchrotron Radiation (LAS), supervisor Prof. A.-S. Müller
Karlsruhe Institute of Technology, Karlsruhe, Germany


6.  Unraveling nonclassicality in the optomechanical instability
Martin Koppenhöfer, Christoph Bruder, and Niels Lörch.
PRA 97, 063812 (2018); arxiv:1805.06193

5.  Quantum effects in amplitude death of coupled anharmonic self-oscillators
Ehud Amitai, Martin Koppenhöfer, Niels Lörch, and Christoph Bruder.
PRE 97, 052203 (2018); arxiv:1802.04640

4.  Creating photon-number squeezed strong microwave fields by a Cooper-pair injection laser
Martin Koppenhöfer, Juha Leppäkangas, and Michael Marthaler.
PRB 95, 134515 (2017); arxiv:1611.07484

3.  Superconducting quantum metamaterials as active lasing medium: Effects of disorder
Martin Koppenhöfer, Michael Marthaler, and Gerd Schön.
PRA 93, 063808 (2016); arxiv:1602.01367

2.  Lasing at arbitrary frequencies with atoms with broken inversion symmetry and an engineered electromagnetic environment
Michael Marthaler, Martin Koppenhöfer, Karolina Slowik, and Carsten Rockstuhl.

1.  Creation of a squeezed photon distribution using artificial atoms with broken inversion symmetry
Martin Koppenhöfer and Michael Marthaler.
PRA 93, 023831 (2016); arxiv:1510.04168