Richard Janis Goldschmidt (né Beckert) received his bachelor’s degree in physics from Jacobs University Bremen and a master’s degree, also in physics, from the University of Heidelberg. For his bachelor‘s thesis Janis focused on the molecular dynamics simulations of nanotube deformation, and he wrote his master’s thesis on Quantum Monte Carlo simulations of the Hubbard model during a research stay at the KTH in Stockholm.
Prior to beginning his research with the COSMOS consortium, Janis worked as a junior researcher at the University of Twente, and as a data scientist at a FinTech startup in Berlin. In August 2015 he started his PhD research on “Chimera and other complex states in networks of coupled oscillators”. His work is jointly supervised by Prof. Arkady Pikovsky at Potsdam University, and Prof. Antonio Politi at the University of Aberdeen.
Saiko, A. Pandya, I. Schelkanova, M. Stürmer, R.J. Beckert, A. Douplik Optical detection of capillary grid spatial pattern in epithelium by spatially resolved diffuse reflectance probe: Monte Carlo verification. Journal of Selected Topics in Quantum Electronics 20(2) 2014
Deschle N., Devalle F., Goldschmidt J., Pietras B., Topcu, C. “Identification of dynamics – oscillations, synchronization and the Kuramoto model”. 2nd COSMOS Workshop, Amsterdam, Dec. 2016 Talk
Kuc, R. Beckert, T. Heine Graphite- and Nanotube-based Materials for Electronic Applications NanoTeC10, Oxford, UK