On the way to quantum computing: Quantum Valley Lower Saxony

The research alliance “Quantum Valley Lower Saxony” bundles the expertise of more than 400 scientists with one goal: A quantum computer by the year 2025. The TU Braunschweig is primarily involved with the research focus Metrology, the Cluster of Excellence QuantumFrontiers and the Laboratory for Emerging Nanometrology (LENA).

24. January 2023

Artificial intelligence made of light Professor Christian Werner on his cooperation with LENA

12. January 2023

Measuring individual molecules with diamond quantum sensors Interview with Professor Nabeel Aslam

22. November 2022

Double period on quantum computing First MasterClass on quantum computers at Braunschweig's Wilhelm-Gymnasium

18. November 2022

Playing with quanta phaeno and TU Braunschweig present joint exhibits

27. October 2022

German-Japanese Summer Visiting Tokyo with Professor Vadim Issakov

11. August 2022

Going for a microwave Adventure Vadim Issakov as Distinguished Microwave Lecturer 2023-2025

1. August 2022

Boost for quantum computer development ERDF funding accelerates installation of new laboratory structures for the miniaturisation of components

5. July 2022

The Barcelona-Braunschweig LED-connection Interview with Professor Daniel Prades from the University of Barcelona

1. July 2022

Picture of the Month: Atom by atom towards the perfect LED From the Institute of Applied Physics

22. June 2022

Breaking GaN Precise instruments for the next generation of LED chips

25. May 2022

Free the cat with quantum gates Playful entry into the quantum world with virtual reality

2. May 2022

Europe in view, the region in focus Professor Rainer Müller in the new EU coordination body for quantum issues

30. March 2022

Intel’s 17 Billion Megafactory in Magdeburg What the new "Silicon Junction" means for Braunschweig

26. January 2022

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

14. January 2022

Solving the hard problems with quantum computers Two projects worth millions are to make the technology of the future usable

9. December 2021

Booster for collaborative quantum computer development New ATIQ project funded by the Federal Ministry of Research has a total volume of 44.5 million Euros

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