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Center for Integrated Quantum Science and Technology IQST

This figure reminds us of past achievements of the PIs of IQST but also conveys our vision. Starting from the top right and proceeding in the clockwise direction the combination of nitrogen-vacancy centers in diamond with integrated circuits symbolizes the research area Quantum Electrical and Optical Engineering. The interaction of dipolar Rydberg atoms in a thin glass cell with light is one example of a Light-Matter Interface. The challenge of using an array of spins in a diamond surface as a sensor for the magnetic fields in a protein or of cell structures summarizes one topic of Complex Quantum Systems. The research area Tailored Quantum States of Matter is represented by the interface between a ferromagnetic and a superconducting metal oxide where polarized x-ray spectroscopy reveals the unusual reconstruction of the orbital occupation. The picture at the center shows the interference fringes of a Wigner function and represents the Foundations of Quantum Science.



May 19th, 2016:
IQST sponsors roundtable discussion: Genius,science,and money - Would Einstein stand a chance today?
December 21st, 2015:
GiRyd: Preliminary program of the review meeting April 6 - 7, 2016
June 8th, 2015:
DFG Priority Program GiRyd: Call for Proposals
March 26th, 2015:
New Priority Program of the DFG: Giant Interactions in Rydberg Systems (GiRyd)
March 23rd, 2015:
New DFG priority programme "Giant Interactions in Rydberg Systems (GiRyd)" coordinated by Prof. Tilman Pfau
November 25th, 2014:
French-German Gentner-Kastler Prize 2015 awarded to Tilman Pfau
November 20th, 2014:
Quantum physics live at Theater Rampe
September 5th, 2014:
Symposium "Perspectives on Quantum Atom Optics, Nov. 13 - 14, 2014