Prof. Dr. Christoph Bruder
Professor
Christoph Bruder
Philosophisch-Naturwissenschaftliche Fakultät
Departement Physik
FG Bruder

Professor

Klingelbergstrasse 82
4056 Basel
Schweiz

Tel. +41 61 207 36 92
christoph.bruder@clutterunibas.ch

Administrative Assistant

Prof. Dr. Christoph Bruder

Short Biography

Christoph Bruder studied physics at TU München and the University of Sussex. After receiving his diploma in München in 1985 (diploma thesis on superfluid 3He with D. Vollhardt and P. Wölfle), he joined T. M. Rice's group at ETH Zürich. He finished his PhD thesis on Andreev scattering in unconventional superconductors in 1989. He spent two years as a postdoctoral fellow at the University of Pennsylvania in Philadelphia working with T. C. Lubensky, G. Mele, and A. Brooks Harris. In 1991 he joined Gerd Schön's group at Karlsruhe Institute of Technology, where he obtained his Habilitation (on mesoscopic superconductivity) in 1995. In 1998 he became Associate Professor at University of Basel, and in 2004 he was promoted to Full Professor. In1997, he received the Klaus Tschira Award for Achievements in Public Understanding of Science; in 2001 the 200 k$ Swiss-Korean Outstanding Research Efforts Award (together with Prof. Mahn-Soo Choi, Korea University), and in 2009 the Outstanding Referee Award of the American Physical Society. He served as a Divisional Associate Editor of Physical Review Letters from 2001 - 2007 and as a Co-Editor and Advisory Board of Europhysics Letters from 2004 - 2010.

Research summary

  • Quantum coherence, quantum computing, and single-electron effects in mesoscopic systems
  • Nanomechanics and optomechanics
  • Ultracold atoms, optical lattices, Bose-Einstein condensation
  • Unconventional superconductors
  • Biologically motivated physics questions
1.
L`orchN., Amitai, E., Nunnenkamp, A. & Bruder, C. Genuine Quantum Signatures in Synchronization of Anharmonic Self-Oscillators. Physical Review Letters117, 73601 (2016).   edoc | Open Access
2.
Liu, Y., Tiwari, R. P., Brada, M., Bruder, C., Kusmartsev, F. V. & Mele, E. J. Snake states and their symmetries in graphene. Physical Review B92, 235438 (2015).   edoc
3.
Tiwari, R. P., Belzig, W., Sigrist, M. & Bruder, C. Quantum transport signatures of chiral edge states in Sr2RuO4. Physical review. B, Condensed matter and materials physics89, 184512 (2014).   edoc
4.
Struebi, G. & Bruder, C. Measuring Ultrasmall Time Delays of Light by Joint Weak Measurements. Physical review letters110, 083605 (2013).   edoc
5.
Schmidt, T. L., Nunnenkamp, A. & Bruder, C. Majorana Qubit Rotations in Microwave Cavities. Physical review letters110, 107006 (2013).   edoc
6.
Doiron, C. B., Trauzettel, B. & Bruder, C. Measuring the momentum of a nanomechanical oscillator through the use of two tunnel junctions. Physical review letters100, 027202 (2008).   edoc
7.
Cottet, A., Belzig, W. & Bruder, C. Positive cross-correlations due to dynamical channel blockade in a three-terminal quantum dot. Physical Review B70, 115315 (2004).   edoc
8.
Marquardt, F. & Bruder, C. Superposition of two mesoscopically distinct quantum states : coupling a Cooper-pair box to a large superconducting island. Physical Review B63, 054514 (2001).   edoc
9.
Choi, M. S., Bruder, C. & Loss, D. Spin-dependent Josephson current through double quantum dots and measurement of entangled electron states. Physical review B62, 13569-13572 (2000).   edoc
10.
Jaksch, D., Bruder, C., Cirac, J. I., Gardiner, C. W. & Zoller, P. Cold bosonic atoms in optical lattices. Physical review letters81, 3108-3111 (1998).   edoc
11.
Bruder, C. Andreev scattering in anisotropic superconductors. Physical review B41, 4017-4032 (1990).   edoc
Title Status
Quantum coherence, quantum statistics, and superconductivity in mesoscopic systems Complete
NCCR QSIT: Quantum Sensing Complete
NCCR QSIT: Quantum Simulation Complete