Department of Physics
I spent my Master’s at AG Heyne, studying the application of Koopman-operator based analysis frameworks to time-resolved spectra. In particular, I studied the application of Markov State Modeling with PCCA+ projection and Matrix Factorization with PCCA+ projection to experimental pump-probe spectra. The spectra were measured in AG Heyne and the theoretical part of my thesis was developed in collaboration with the Computational Molecular Design group at Zuse Institute Berlin.
I am now a doctoral candidate with BME, based at Furukawa Electric Institute of Technology, contributing to the Catchy project. This project aims to create new, high-performance cluster-based catalysts for the conversion of atmospheric CO2.