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The IMPRS-QDC is hosted by Max Planck Institute for the Physics of Complex Systems (MPI-PKS) and focuses on the dynamical manipulation of quantum systems. Follow this link to find out more »

Research groups in biological physics at MPI-PKS are affiliated with the IMPRS-CellDevoSys, hosted by MPI-CBG. Follow this external link to find out more »


28 Februar 2024, 03:30 PM (SR 4)

IMPRS Seminar

Michael Buballa (TU Darmstadt)

Talk: Exotic phases in dense QCD

Udita Shukla (University of Wroclaw)

Talk: Effect of color superconductivity on mass-radius of neutron stars and dense matter

More seminars ...



Congratulations to our students who successfully defended their PhD theses:

  • Gautam Jha (TU Dresden)
  • Jiri Suchan (UCT Prague)
  • Alberto Corticelli (MPI-PKS)
  • Jonas Stöber (TU Dresden)
  • Sebastián Felipe Mantilla Serrano (MPI-PKS)
  • Peng Rao (MPI-PKS)
  • Robin Schäfer (MPI-PKS)
  • Luis Andrés Colmenárez Gómez (MPI-PKS)
  • Mohammad Reza Eidi (MPI-PKS)
  • Valentin Link (TU Dresden)
  • Richard Hartmann (TU Dresden)
  • Sreeja Loho Choudhury (MPI-PKS / TU Dresden)
  • Botao Wang (MPI-PKS / TU Berlin)
  • András Szabó (MPI-PKS)

Welcome to the website of the International Max Planck Research School for "Quantum Dynamics and Control", a graduate school funded by the Max Planck Society.

The school is a collaboration between several partner institutions in Dresden, Prague and Wroclaw offering PhD studentships in a variety of fields in atomic, molecular and laser physics, condensed matter physics and chemistry - primarily in theoretical and computational research - tied together by the common theme of the dynamical manipulation of quantum systems. Applications, which are received biannually, are open to talented and motivated students regardless of nationality.

On these pages you may find further information about the PhD projects we offer, the investigators affiliated with the school and the varied opportunities made available to our students over the course of the PhD programme.