IQST is a center across the Universities of Stuttgart and Ulm, and the Max Planck Institute for Solid State Research in Stuttgart. Across these three campuses IQST fellows can be found in five various buildings at the University of Stuttgart and in three buildings at Ulm University. The facilities, listed below, offer a wide-range of experimental capabilities making it possible via collaboration to achieve cutting-edge research.
New buildings with ultra-modern laboratories at both campuses are currently in the final planning stages: the Center for Applied Quantum Technology (Zentrum fuer Angewandte Quantentechnolgie, ZAQuant, University of Stuttgart), the New Physics building (Neubau Physik, University of Stuttgart), and the Center for Quantum Biosciences (Zentrum fuer Quanten-Biowissenschaften, ZQB, Ulm University). At ZQB groundbreaking innovations in the fields of Biology and Medicine will be developed. These innovative results will be implemented at ZAQuant to create prototypes that can bridge the gap between academia and industry.
- ZAQuant (Zentrum für Angewandte Quantentechnologie): University of Stuttgart
- ZQB (Zentrum für Quanten-Biowissenschaften) : Ulm University
- Neubau Physik : University of Stuttgart
- New Science Center (Research campus for industry) : Ulm University
- Microcell Bonding: University of Stuttgart
- Three Clean Rooms : University of Stuttgart (IGM, IHFG, IHT)
- Optoelectronic Laser Fabrication : Ulm University
- High resolution microscopy (SEM, STM, STED, STORM) : Ulm University
- Preparation of dilute biomolecule samples : Ulm University
- Chemical synthesis : MPI-FKF
- Spectroscopy to measure magnetic anistropy : University of Stuttgart
- High sensitivity calorimeter measurements in dilution refrigerator : MPI-FKF
- Precision Laboratory : MPI-FKF
- Nanofabrication : MPI-FKF