Cluster of Excellence: “QuantumFrontiers”

“QuantumFrontiers” is dedicated to the fundamentals of quantum and nanometrological phenomena in order to achieve precision at the limits of measurability through quantum technologies. QuantumFrontiers involves TU Braunschweig, Leibniz Universität Hannover and the National Metrology Institute of Germany. The Cluster of Excellence is part of the research focus “Metrology”.

18. March 2022

Research cooperation in war TU Braunschweig supports partner university in Kiev

26. January 2022

What who should know about quantum A guide to the quantum world

In the main chamber of the Photon-STM, the tip holder points from above to a pedestal made of stainless steel the size of a fingertip. The mirror of the microscope shimmeringly reflects the red illumination in the P-STM. 29. October 2021

Picture of the Month: A showroom for single atoms From the Institute of Applied Physics

4. October 2021

Tokyo and Braunschweig conduct joint research on qubit control Quantum computing collaboration between the Institute of CMOS Design and Keio University

16. April 2021

Master in Quantum Technologies A degree program at the center of the Quantum Valley Lower Saxony.

Professor Patrick Recher in front of calculations on Majorana fermions 19. February 2021

In Pursuit of the Intangible The particle experiment to find Majorana fermions

Zwölf Mikro-LED-Chips auf einem Wafer. Genau so werden die späteren Bausteine für Quantencomputer aussehen 1. December 2020

Picture of the month: Biscuits for Quantum Computers From the Quantum Valley Lower Saxony

5. November 2020

Be Part of our Network! New video about research, teaching and campus life at TU Braunschweig

24. August 2020

Superconducting Sensors for the Fastest Computer Chips in the World Interview with a large-scale instrument: The Terahertz Microscope

21. August 2020

Of Magnetic Moments and Iron Oxide Short portrait of Tamara Kahmann from the NanoMet Research Training Group

24. July 2020

How Long is a Picometer? – The View of a Single Atom High resolution microscopy in LENA

23. July 2020

From Zero to Terahertz in Three Years A short portrait of Marco Tollkühn from the NanoMet Research Training Group

1. April 2020

New Quantum State Detected Experiments with materials for future quantum computers

20. November 2019

3D Printed Optics Additive manufacturing of components for the manipulation of terahertz radiation

1. September 2019

Picture of the month: View into the X-ray photoelectron spectrometer From the Laboratory for Emerging Nanometrology (LENA)

2. May 2018

The EU-funded ChipScope Project Gets Leading Companies on Board Focus on Research: At the Limit of Measurability

10. November 2017

Indonesian scientists visiting LENA Focus on Research: At the Limit of Measurability

8. May 2017

Focus on research: “QuantumFrontiers” – Interview with Prof. Andreas Waag Focus on Research: At the Limit of Measurability

24. April 2017

Microchips replacing microscopes: How Superlight Photonics plans to make it big with tiny LEDs Focus on Research: At the Limit of Measurability