Naemi Florin


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Works at Department of Physics
Visiting address Roslagstullsbacken 21
Room A3:1031
Postal address Fysikum 106 91 Stockholm

About me

I’m a PhD student in Mohamed Bourennanes research group in quantum information and quantum optics (KIKO), and I’m focusing on writing waveguides using  a femtosecond laser writing machine. Before I started my PhD studies, I studied engineering physics at KTH Royal Institute of Technology, and did my master’s project about Weyl semimetals in Emil Bergholtz’s group at Stockholm University. Now, I am part of a collaboration with the same research group, but from the experimental side. In general, I enjoy exploring the boundaries between theory and experiment, as well as those between different scientific fields.


Read more about our research group here:


Or watch pictures from our lab:


I am currently teaching in the courses FK4016 Programming, Numerical Methods and Statistics for Physicists (the programming part) and FK3014 Classical Physics (the Wave and Optics part). In addition to that, I am a part of Fysikshow.

Last updated: October 21, 2019

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