Deutsch Intern
    Technische Physik



    Aktuell vollzieht sich eine enorme Entwicklung der Quantentechnologien von Forschungsergebnissen hin zu realen Anwendungen. Besonders vielversprechend für zukünftige Anwendungen sind dabei optische Verfahren, die einzelne Lichtteilchen (Photonen) als Informationsträger nutzen. Unabhängig vom Anwendungsszenario ist es unerlässlich, einzelne Photonen gezielt erzeugen und detektieren zu können. Performante Einzelphotonen-Emitter und Einzelphotonendetektoren zählen daher zu den zukünftigen Schlüsselkomponenten. Besonders herausfordernd ist es, die genaue Photonenanzahl innerhalb eines Lichtpulses zu bestimmen. ...

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    ERC Unlimit2D

    Controlling light- and matter excitations down to the microscopic scale is one major challenge in modern optics. Applications arising from this field, such as novel coherent- and quantum light sources have the potential to affect our daily life. unLiMIt-2D aims to establish novel materials like monolayers of transition metal dichalcogenides as a new platform in solid-state cavity quantum electrodynamics. [...]

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    The joint project quantum link extension (Q.Link.X) that is including 24 research partners from academia and industry is focusing on the extension of quantum communication beyond point to point connections. The long term goal is a physically secure fiber-based network. [...]

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    Elitenetzwerk Bayern “Topologische Isolatoren”

    The International Doctorate Program is focusing on investigating the fundamental properties and potential applications of topological insulators. Topological insulators are a new state of matter with unique physical characteristics: their surfaces or edges are electrically conducting while the bulk of the material remains insulating. Additionally, the electron spin plays a decisive role for the conduction properties in these surfaces or edges, making topological insulators a very interesting subject for scientific studies. This also means that topological insulators are prime candidates for potential spintronic applications.

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    This four year network brings together an exceptionally strong team of world-leading experts in nano-science and technology from 6 European countries in order to achieve breakthroughs in understanding and successful utilization of photonic based nano-systems in emerging quantum technologies.

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    The TeraApps network is comprised of 10 internationally reputed academic and industrial Partners who will host 15 Early Stage Researchers. The network will be supported by 17 Partner Organisations.

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    QuantERA is a network of 31 organisations from 26 countries, coordinated by the National Science Centre, Poland, supporting international research projects in the field of Quantum Technologies (QT).

    QuantERA answers the growing need for collaborative endeavours and common funding scheme within QT research, which due to its highly interdisciplinary nature cannot be confined to an individual institution or state. 

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    The newly established Dresden-Würzburg Center of Excellence for Complexity and Topological Quantum Matter (CT.QMAT) Research functions as a bridge between the condensed matter research institutions at Dresden and Würzburg. Our aim is to develop a deep understanding of topological phenomena in general and to identify materials in which those phenomena can be observed in the laboratory.

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    Other Projects

    • Marie Skłodowska-Curie Actions Individual Fellowship TOPOPOLIS -(Dr. Sebastian Klembt)
    • DFG SCHN 1376 3-1 Polaritonbasierte Einzelphotonenquellen (Dr. Christian Schneider)
    • DFG SCHN1376 5.1 - und PR 1749 1.1 Quantumlight sources based on quantum dot microcavities (Dr. Christian Schneider)
    • DFG HO5194/8-1: Gezielte Erzeugung komplexer Multiphotonenzustände in miniaturisierten Halbleiter-Quantenbauteilen (Prof. Dr. Sven Höfling)
    • BMBF LASELO (Prof. Dr. Sven Höfling)
    • BMBF Nano HIRT: Hochsensitive Infrarotdetektoren auf Basis vonResonanz-Tunneldioden (Prof. Dr. Lukas Woschech)
    • BMBF NAMIL: modengekoppelte Halbleiterlaser und ultraschnelle Akustik(Prof. Dr. Sven Höfling)
    • Bayerisches Staatsministerium lnSitu-LAS - Laserbasierte Detektion vonWasserdampf und Sauerstoff (Prof. Dr. Sven Höfling)