IQST stimulates synergies between natural, engineering and life sciences to push the boundaries of existing knowledge and devices — generating innovative technologies from quantum physics
IQST brings together a team of physicists, chemists, engineers, and life scientists at the University of Stuttgart, Ulm University and the Max Planck Institute for Solid State Research in Stuttgart
At IQST an award-winning team of scientists pursues interdisciplinary cutting-edge research, from fundamental principles to technological applications
We are always looking for top young researchers and students to join our IQST research or to participate in our various education programs and activities
We offer outstanding research expertise and support the development and implementation of highly innovative products
- Many Congratulations to IQST Researcher Tim Langen | ERC Proof-of-Concept Grant for MiniAtomQ - Miniaturized Devices for Single-Atom Quantum Technologies
- We are looking for a Science and Communication Manager @IQST | Applications are still welcomed until March!
- Many Congrats to IQST young researcher Aparajita Singha for receiving a prestigious Emmy Noether Grant from the German Research Foundation (DFG)
- New IQST Executive Board and Directors elected | View our current board members
- Multiphoton Generator on a Chip | Latest Articel published in Phys Rev and featured in Physics
- First cross-regional center, Jena - Stuttgart - Ulm, for quantum photonics established | Funded by Carl Zeiss Foundation with 12 Mio€
- QSolid - Quantum Computing in the solid state kick-off | Largest BMBF project to build 1st German quantum computer
- Feb. 07.IQST Talk | Prof. Heidemarie Schmidt, IPHT & University of Jena, on Superconducting nanowire detectors for quantum sensing, imaging, and information processing
- Feb. 16.IQST Day @UUlm, N27 | Join us for an exciting in-person event with interesting talks and networking opportunities!
- Jun. 14.Annual IQST PhD Retreat @Reisensburg | Save the date!