Research
Quantum Technologies
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Quantum Technologies

Quantum technology represents one of the key technologies of the 21st century. The expertise of our research group in this context includes micro- and nanotechnologically fabricated quantum systems and optical systems, among others, for the fields of quantum metrology and geodesy. In this context, polymer-based substrate materials and the associated relevant processes are also increasingly being used. The focus here is not only basic research but also on the transition to commercial products. The path from laboratory operation to mobile applications in the field or on board of aircrafts or satellites requires miniaturization of the overall system. The vision is to evolve from a micro-electro-mechanical system (MEMS) to a micro-quantum system (MQS) that combines all the functions needed to operate a quantum system. In addition to the core component (e.g. atom chip), this also includes all peripheral systems.

© IMPT / Fischer
Alexander Kassner, M. Sc.
Management
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An der Universität 2
30823 Garbsen
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107
© IMPT / Fischer
Alexander Kassner, M. Sc.
Management
Address
An der Universität 2
30823 Garbsen
Building
Room
107