Daniel completed his PhD in Nanoelectronics at the Institute of Science and Technology Austria (ISTA) in 2021 under the supervision of Prof. Georgios Katsaros. His research focused on implementing spin-qubits in SiGe/Ge heterostructures, where he achieved a significant milestone by demonstrating the first singlet-triplet qubit with holes, a departure from the conventional electron-based qubits.
Since September 2022, Daniel has been a member of the research group led by Prof. Lieven Vandersypen at QuTech in Delft. He continues his exploration of Ge as a host material for spins, with a particular emphasis on investigating tuning strategies in artificial spin-ladder systems. With his deep understanding of singlet-triplet qubits, Daniel will greatly contribute to exploring the potential of artificial spin-ladder systems embedded in semiconductor quantum dots. Through his work, he aims to highlight the potential applications of this platform for analogue quantum simulations.