ORQUID

ORQUID ORganic QUantum Integrated Devices Our society relies on secure communication, powerful computers and precise sensors. Basic science has shown that huge improvements in these capabilities are possible if we can utilise many single quantum objects working in concert. We can then see how to store and process huge amounts of information in a fully…

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NAQUAS

NAQUAS Non-equilibrium dynamics in Atomic systems for QUAntum Simulation Recent progress in various areas of physics has demonstrated our ability to control quantum effects in customized systems and materials, thus paving the way for a promising future for quantum technologies. The emergence of such quantum devices, however, requires one to understand fundamental problems in non-equilibrium…

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SUMO

SUMO Scaling Up quantum computation with MOlecular spins SUMO aims to set the basis of a new architecture for quantum computation and simulation, in which information is encoded in molecular spin qubits that are read-out and communicate by coupling to a superconducting resonator. This technology has a high potential for robust scalability, based on the…

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NanoSpin

NanoSpin Spin-based nanolytics – Turning today’s quantum technology research frontier into tomorrow’s diagnostic devices Thanks to their unmatched specificity, nuclear magnetic resonance (NMR) and electron spin resonance (ESR) spectroscopy – jointly referred to as spin-based analytics – are tools of major importance in biology, chemistry, medicine and physics because they allow for the use of…

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MICROSENS

MICROSENS MICROwave quantum SENSing with diamond color centers Detection and spectroscopy of weak microwave (>GHz) signals is of pivotal importance for key areas of modern technology, including wireless communication, radar, navigation and medical imaging. Solid state spins could be attractive sensors for both tasks since they have transition frequencies that can be tuned across the…

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SUMO

SUMO Scaling Up quantum computation with MOlecular spins SUMO aims to set the basis of a new architecture for quantum computation and simulation, in which information is encoded in molecular spin qubits that are read-out and communicate by coupling to a superconducting resonator. This technology has a high potential for robust scalability, based on the…

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InterPol

InterPol Polariton lattices: a solid-state platform for quantum simulations of correlated and topological states The development of quantum simulation lacks compact on-chip scalable platforms. The recent demonstrations of polariton lattices in semiconductor microcavities, in combination with their extraordinary nonlinearities, place polaritons as one of the most promising candidates to achieve this goal. The aim of…

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HYPER-U-P-S

HYPER-U-P-S Hyper-entanglement from ultra-bright photon pair sources We will fabricate and exploit an entirely novel photonic device platform for the generation of highly indistinguishable and entangled photon pairs with near-unity extraction efficiency. The envisioned implementation consists of a quantum dot embedded in engineered photonic environment. We predict that this device will generate very high rate…

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