Dominik Rattenbacher M.Sc.

  • Doctoral Student
  • Room: A.3.240
  • Telephone: +49 9131 7133344
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My research focuses on the controlled coupling of individual organic dye molecules to photonic circuitry made from dielectric waveguides with subwavelength cross sections. The long-term goal of the project is to generate and investigate polaritonic states formed by several molecules coupled via the waveguide circuitry.

Nanoscopic charge fluctuations in a gallium phosphide waveguide measured by single molecules

Alexey Shkarin, Dominik Rattenbacher, Jan Renger, Simon Hönl, Tobias Utikal, Paul Seidler, Stephan Götzinger, Vahid Sandoghdar

arXiv:2012.02991 Preprint

Coherent coupling of single molecules to on-chip ring resonators

Dominik Rattenbacher, Alexey Shkarin, Jan Renger, Tobias Utikal, Stephan Götzinger, Vahid Sandoghdar

New Journal of Physics 21 062002 (2019) | Journal

Turning a molecule into a coherent two-level quantum system

Daqing Wang, Hrishikesh Kelkar, Diego-Martin Cano, Dominik Rattenbacher, Alexey Shkarin, Tobias Utikal, Stephan Götzinger, Vahid Sandoghdar

Nature Physics 15 483-489 (2019) | Journal

Dominik Rattenbacher studied physics in the "Physics Advanced Programme" at the Universities of Erlangen and Regensburg from 2013 to 2018. After a research stay at the Ultrafast and Attosecond Science group of Prof. Wörner at ETH Zurich, he started his Master thesis on "Spectroscopic investigation of two molecules coupled via a dielectric waveguide" at the MPL. The work of his PHD thesis is a direct continuation of this project and aims at coupling several molecules efficiently via a nanophotonic circuit.

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