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Supervision Arrangements for ESRs

 


ESR

 

Primary Supervisor

 

Co-Supervisor

 

Mentor

 

1

Alessandro

Catanzaro

Prof Alexander Tartakovskii

Dr Dimitry Krizhanovskii

Dr Caspar Clark

 

2

Luca

Sortino

Prof Alexander Tartakovskii

Dr Luke Wilson

Prof Mete Atatüre

 

3

Alejandro

Rodriguez

Prof Mete Atatüre

?

Prof Bernhard Urbaszek

 

4

Najwa

Sidqi

Dr Caspar Clark

Prof Gerald Buller (HW)

Prof Alexander Tartakovskii

 

5

Andrii

Volkovskyi

Dr Friedemann Reinhard

Prof Jonathan Finley

Prof Richard J Warburton

 

6

Matthew

Brooks

Prof Guido Burkard

Dr Alexander Pearce

Prof Ronald Hanson

 

7

Samarth

Vadia

Prof Khaled Karraï

Prof Alexander Högele (LMU)

Dr Friedemann Reinhard

 

8

Marco

Manca

Prof Bernhard Urbaszek

Prof Thierry Amand

Prof Alexander Tartakovskii

 

9

Riccardo

Pisoni

Prof Klaus Ensslin

Prof Atac Imamoglu

Prof Lieven Vandersypen

 

10

Aroosa

Ijaz

Prof Atac Imamoglu

Prof Klaus Ensslin

Prof Daniel Loss

 

11

Sigurd

Flagan

Prof Richard J Warburton

?

Prof Khaled Karrai

 

12

Yanick

Volpez

Prof Daniel Loss

Prof Jelena Klinovaja

Prof Guido Burkard

 

13

 Valeria

Cimini

Prof Ronald Hanson

Dr Peter Humphreys

Prof Atac Imamoglu

 

14

Stephan

Philips

Prof Lieven Vandersypen

Dr Tom Watson

Prof Ferdinand Kuemmeth

 

15

Fabio

Ansaloni

Prof Ferdinand Kuemmeth

Prof Charles Marcus

Prof Klaus Ensslin

 

  • Each ESR will be appointed a primary supervisor, a co-supervisor from the same node, and a mentor from another node.
  • The role of a mentor is to provide support and guidance for the personal and professional development of ESRs, thus motivating them and contributing to reducing any insecurity in their professional future.  The mentor should meet the ESR at one of the network meetings and discuss his/her progress or arrange a skype meeting once a year.  The ESR may contact their mentor for advice if such a need arises.
  • The primary supervisor will lead the project at the host institution and be responsible for planning and regular follow-up of research work, execution of various training courses, and fulfilment of CDP.
  • The co-supervisor will contribute to the project planning and review process. The co-supervisor also acts to provide experimental and training advice.
  • The ESR will schedule formal monthly meetings with the primary supervisor to discuss the progress of the project in more depth and to receive direct feedback.
  • A contact time and feedback sheet for these meetings will be filled in and kept by the fellow and signed by the supervisor for approval. Contact/feedback sheets will be forwarded annually to the Training Board/Manager for review.
  • Besides the formal meetings, there will be short informal meetings several times per month.
  • ESR’s progress will also be monitored at weekly group meetings, where postdocs and PhD students will give progress reports followed by a scientific discussion.
  • ESRs will be in daily contact with postdoctoral fellows or senior engineer staff other than the primary supervisor who will mainly focus on relevant experimental/theory/engineering skill training.

 

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