Klaus Kern

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Full Professor

klaus.kern@epfl.ch +41 21 693 33 24 http://www.fkf.mpg.de/kern

EPFL SB IPHYS LSEN
PH H1 457 (Bâtiment PH)
Station 3
CH-1015 Lausanne

Web site: Web site: https://lsen.epfl.ch

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Teaching & PhD

Teaching

Physics

PhD Programs

Doctoral Program in Physics

Doctoral Program in Materials Science and Engineering

PhD Students

Grewal Abhishek, Huang Haonan, Juo Jz -Yuan, Ochner Hannah Julia, Pinto Dinesh Kevin Mathais, Powalla Lukas, Szilagyi Sven Alexander, Wollandt Tobias,

Past EPFL PhD Students

Abb Sabine , Abdurakhmanova Nasiba , Alexa Patrick Eduard , Ante Frederik Sebastian , Assig Maximilian , Assmus Tilman , Balasubramanian Kannan , Balci Sinan , Becker René , Bek Alpan , Blanc Martial , Bromann Karsten , Böttcher Holger Jens , Bürgi Lukas , Cavalleri Ornella , Classen Thomas Roland , Crepaldi Alberto , Delvigne Erik , Dette Christian Alexander Stephan , Dmitriev Alexandre , Dorfmüller Jens , Dufaux Thomas , Eltschka Matthias Alexander , Enayat Seyedmostafa , Epple Maximilian , Esslinger Moritz , Esteban Llorente Rubén , Fischer Björn , Gambardella Pietro , Gehring Pascal , Gierz Isabella , Giovannini Marcella , Grosse Christoph , Herrera Diez Liza , Hirstein Andreas , Hoffmann Dominik , Hoyer Alexander Ronald , Hurtado Salinas Daniel Eduardo , Hötger Diana , Jäck Berthold , Kabakchiev Alexander , Kind Hannes , Kirfel Olaf , Kley Christopher Seiji , Klinke Christian , Knorr Nikolaus , Koslowski Sebastian , Krstic Vojislav , Kälblein Daniel Dominik , Langner Alexander , Lee Eduardo Jian Hua , Lee Tae-Yon , Leifeld Oliver , Lingenfelder Magalí Alejandra , Lutz Theresa , Mangel Shai , Manzano Carlos , Marsico Vittorio , Menck Alexander , Messina Paolo , Morchutt Claudius , Nedelmann Lorenz , Pachauri Vivek , Payer Dietmar , Pentegov Ivan , Peterka Dietrich , Peters Eva Carmen , Polyudov Katharina , Rauschenbach Stephan , Repetto Diego , Rinke Gordon , Rosenblatt Daniel Pablo , Roslawska Anna Maria , Rödel Reinhold , Sagar Adarsh Singh , Sarbach Samuel , Scavuzzo Alessio , Schendel Verena Katharina , Schief Hansjörg , Schlecht Ulrich , Senkpiel Jacob , Sessi Violetta , Sheikholharam Mashhadi Soudabeh , Stel Bart Willem , Stepanow Sebastian , Strasser Carola , Stützel Eberhard Ulrich , Sundaram Ravi Shankar , Thontasen Nicha , Tseng Tzu-Chun , Urcuyo Solorzano Roberto , Vaklinova Kristina , Vogelgesang Michael , Waelchli Nicolas , Weckesser Jens , Weitz Ralf Thomas , White Seth Cullen , Wu Xiaochun , Wurster Benjamin , Zhu Manxi ,

Courses

Frontiers in nanosciences

The students understand the relevant experimental and theoretical concepts of the nanoscale science. The course move from basic concepts like quantum size effects to €˜hot fields€™ such as spin transport for data storage applications (spintronics), carbon electronics, or nanocatalysis.

Advanced experimental methods in condensed matter and nanophysics

The objective of the course is to expose PhD students to experimental measurement techniques and principles applied in front end research of condensed matter and nanophysics. Besides providing a solid background, it will focus on the crucial details which will make cutting edge experiments work.