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    Q.com

    The research network Quantum Communication (Q.com) focuses on investigating the concept of long distance quantum communication. Here the repeater amplifier of classical long distance communication links is replaced by a quantum repeater. Quantum repeater devices require components which are also essential for other applications of quantum information processing.

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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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    iCspec

    The iCspec project focuses on the in-line process control of many technically relevant gases such as hydrocarbons (HC). The main purpose of the project is to develop gas analyzers beyond the state-of-the-art for fast in-line multi-component monitoring of gas compositions in a process stream and to replace currently employed analyzers as gas chromatographs (GCs) or Fourier-Transform-Infrared spectrometers (FTIRs).

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    ERC Unlimit2D

    Der Physiker Christian Schneider (34) erforscht Materialien, von denen sich die Wissenschaft neuartige Lichtquellen oder Laser erhofft. Für seine Arbeit bekommt er 1,5 Millionen Euro vom Europäischen Forschungsrat.

    Leistungsfähigere Computer, Solarzellen oder Laser entwickeln: Daran arbeiten viele Forschungsgruppen weltweit. Seit etwa fünf Jahren hat die Wissenschaftsgemeinde dabei unter anderem die Materialklasse der Übergangsmetall-Dichalkogenide im Blick. Das sind Stoffe, die zum Beispiel aus Molybdän oder Wolfram bestehen, jeweils ergänzt um die Elemente Schwefel, Selen oder Tellur [...]

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    TOPOPOLIS

    The TOPOPOLIS project is a 24 month fellowship in the framework of Marie Skłodowska-Curie actions and got its name from TOPOlogical POLaritons In Semiconductor microstructures. It is aimed at the fundamental understanding and realization of topologically protected edge modes in a hybrid light-matter system. These hybrid states are so-called exciton-polaritons, hosted by technologically well-developed semiconductor structures.

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    TeraApps

    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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    Other Projects

    • Marie Skłodowska-Curie Actions Individual Fellowship TOPOPOLIS -(Dr.Sebastian Klembt)
    • DFG SCHN 1376 2-1 Integrated sources of Entangled andIndistinguishable Photons (Dr. Christian Schenider)
    • DFG SCHN 1376 3-1 Polaritonbasierte Einzelphotonenquellen (Dr.Christian Schneider)
    • 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)

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