"Sometimes science is more art than science. A lot of people don't get that."
NoraH M. Hoffmann
Physics phd Student
My main interest lies in theoretical research of the light-matter interaction in cavity quantum electrodynamics on the interface of quantum optics and quantum chemistry. In particular my research focuses on extending Mixed-Quantum Classical Trajectory Methods as well as the concept of Time-Dependent Potential Energy Surfaces, traditionally introduced to electron-nuclear problems, to the explicit photonic degrees of freedom in order to meet the demand of developing an ab initio theoretical description of cavity modified chemical systems.