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  • Habilitation (Privatdozent)
    Vienna University of Technology,
    Austria 2018

    Ph. D. in Physics Institute of Physics,
    University of Bayreuth, Germany 2004

    M. Sc. in Theoretical Physics,
    Department of Physics, Belarus State University, Minsk, Belarus 1997

Priv.-Doz. Dr. Dmitry Krimer is a Patent Engineer at the firm Peterreins Schley. He is primarily involved in patent drafting and prosecution work. Based on his in depth technical knowledge he is also assisting in due diligence matters and in litigation matters.

Prior to joining Peterreins Schley, Dr. Krimer’s research career included appointments at the TU Wien, University of Tübingen, Max-Planck-Institute for Complex Systems in Dresden and at the University of Bayreuth. He was also a long-term visitor at different Universities in US, Australia and Europe during his scientific career. Dr. Krimer obtained his PhD in Theoretical Physics at the University of Bayreuth and was awarded his habilitation degree in Theoretical Physics with university teaching credentials ("venia legendi") at the TU Wien.

His background is in quantum and nonlinear optics, non-linear dynamics in dissipative and Hamiltonian systems, soft-matter physics, liquid crystals, computational fluid dynamics in which fields he has (co-)authored around 50 peer-reviewed scientific publications including a number of publications in high-impact journals (Science Adv., Nature Phot., Nature Phys., Phys. Rev. Let), review articles and book chapters.


  • 1. S. Putz, A. Angerer, D. O. Krimer, R. Glattauer, W. J. Munro, S. Rotter, J. Schmiedmayer, and J. Majer, “Spectral hole burning and its application in microwave photonics”, Nature Photonics 11, 36 (2017).
  • 2. D. O. Krimer, M. Zens, S. Putz, and S. Rotter, “Sustained photon pulse revivals from inhomogeneously broadened spin ensembles”, Laser & Photonics Review 10, 1023 (2016).
  • 3. D. O. Krimer, B. Hartl, and S. Rotter, “Hybrid quantum systems with collectively coupled spin states: suppression of decoherence through spectral hole burning”, Phys. Rev. Lett. 115, 033601 (2015).
  • 4. S. Putz, D. O. Krimer, R. Amsüss, A. Valookaran, T. Nöbauer, J. Schmiedmayer, S. Rotter, and J. Majer “Protecting a spin ensemble against decoherence in the strong-coupling regime of cavity QED”, Nature Physics 10, 720 (2014) (shared first-authorship).
  • 5. D. O. Krimer, S. Putz, J. Majer, and S. Rotter, “Non-Markovian dynamics of a single-mode cavity strongly coupled to an inhomogeneously broadened spin ensemble”, Phys. Rev. A 90, 043852 (2014).
  • 6. D. O. Krimer, R. Khomeriki, and S. Flach, “Two interacting particles in a random potential”, JETP Letters 94, 406 (2011).
  • 7. D. O. Krimer, and S. Flach, “Statistics of wave interactions in nonlinear disordered systems”, Phys. Rev. E 82, 046221 (2010).
  • 8. S. Flach, D. O. Krimer, and Ch. Skokos, “Universal spreading of wavepackets in disordered nonlinear systems”, Phys. Rev. Lett. 102, 024101 (2009).
  • 9. G. Demeter, and D. O. Krimer, “Light-induced dynamics in nematic liquid crystals-a fascinating world of complex nonlinear phenomena”, Phys. Reports, 448, pp. 133-162 (2007).
  • 10. D.O. Krimer, and E. Brasselet, "Light-driven liquid crystalline oscillator under optical periodic forcing", Phys. Rev. E 76, 021705 (2007).

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