Christopher studied Physics with a focus on condensed matter at TU Munich. For his MSc project, he worked at the Walther-Meissner-Institute on the development of scalable on-chip quantum acoustodynamics in the Quantum Systems group. Since October 2021, he is a PhD student in the Hanson Lab, working on tin-vacancy centers in diamond for a new generation of quantum network nodes.
In his spare time, he likes to play volleyball and badminton. Also, he is a passionate musician playing the accordion and trombone.