Natasha graduated from NUST MISIS (Moscow, Russia) in 2012 with a Master's degree in theoretical physics.
Afterwards, she did her PhD in the group of Prof. Dr. Alexey Ustinov in NUST MISIS (Moscow, Russia) and worked on superconducting metamaterials. She sucessfuly defended her PhD disertation in the end of 2015.
In the spring of 2016 she joined the group of Dr. Ioan Pop as a postdoc working on quantum Josephson junction circuits.
Lukas grew up in a small town not far from Karlsruhe.
After finishing high school he started studying physics at KIT and graduated with a Master's degree in January of 2016. For his Master thesis he decided to join the group of Prof. Dr. Alexey Ustinov where he was supervised by Dr. Martin Weides and worked on 3D transmon qubits.
During this work, Lukas got excited about the physics of superconducting quantum circuits and wanted to continue research in this field as a PhD student.
In the spring of 2016 Lukas joined Dr. Ioan Pop's group and is currently working on high kinetic inductance media for applications in superconducting quantum circuits.
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