Joannis receives the Theodor Hänsch PhD Award 2022
Joannis receives the prize for his outstanding dissertation entitled “Quantum simulation of doped two-dimensional Mott insulators”.
The Theodor Hänsch PhD Award honours outstanding dissertations in the field of physics. The award is named after Theodor Hänsch, 2005 Nobel Prize winner in Physics and Chair of Experimental Physics at the LMU Faculty of Physics, Director at the Max Planck Institute of Quantum Optics and MCQST member. The prize is sponsored by the Wilhelm and Else Heraeus Foundation, a private institution that supports scientific research and education with an emphasis on physics. The award is donated to the Faculty of Physics and is endowed with 4,000 euros.
We congratulate you Joannis!