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Prof. Dr. Robert Alicki

University of Gdańsk
Theoretische und mathematische Physik
External Senior Fellow
Juni - August 2014

Quantum nonequilibrium processes in molecular systems.

Dr. Joonwoo Bae

Quantum Information Theory
Junior Fellow
September 2014 - August 2015

Resources for Quantum Information Protection

Prof. Dr. Stanislav Balouchev

Sofia University
Organic optoelectronics
External Senior Fellow
Dezember 2014 - September 2015

Energy Transport in Dense Populated Organic Triplet Ensembles

Dr. Stefan Buhmann

Albert-Ludwigs-Universität Freiburg
Junior Fellow
DFG Emmy Noether Fellow
November 2014 - September 2019

Macroscopic Quantum Electrodynamics and its Consequences

Prof. Dr. Richard J. Cogdell

University of Glasgow
External Senior Fellow
April 2015

Structure and Function of Bacterial Photosynthetic Membrane Proteins

Prof. Dr. Art van der Est

Brock University
Biophysikalische Chemie
External Senior Fellow
April - August 2015

Electron Transfer in Natural and Artificial Photosynthesis

Prof. Dr. Rodolfo A. Jalabert

Université de Strasbourg
Condensed Matter Physics
External Senior Fellow
Januar - Juli 2015

Coherence of charge transport in finite disordered systems

Prof. Dr. David Leitner

University of Nevada
Theoretical Chemical Physics and Biophysical Chemistry
External Senior Fellow
Mai - August 2014

Energy flow and signaling in proteins

Prof. Dr. Efrat Lifshitz

Israel Institute of Technology
Nano science and Nanotechnology
External Senior Fellow
Juli, September 2015

New photovoltaic devices based on unique photostable coillodal quantum dots

Prof. Dr. Shaul Mukamel

University of California
External Senior Fellow
Juni - Juli 2015, Oktober 2015

New Directions in Multidimensional Optical Spectroscopy of Photosynthetic Complexes and Proteins

Prof. Dr. Spiros S. Skourtis

University of Cyprus
Biophysics and Chemical Physics
External Senior Fellow
September 2014 - August 2015

The control of electron and energy transfer pathways from the molecular to the cellular length scales