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
- Open postdoc position in BMBF funded project SiSiQ
- 5 IQST Scientists among "Highly Cited Researchers 2019 " (Clarivate Analytics)
- Congratulations to IQST Fellow Jens Anders | Winner of the 2019 HZB Technology Transfer Prize for EPR ON A CHIP
- A CMOS NMR needle for probing brain physiology with high spatial and temporal resolution published in Nature Methods by IQST fellow Jens Anders
- Congratulations to Fedor Jelezko and Martin Plenio for their second ERC Synergy Grant! Over 9.4 Mio€ for their new project HyperQ
- ZEISS Quantum Sensing & Imaging Challenge | Participate now! Proposal submission 31-03-2020
- IQST researchers Stefanie Barz and Frank Leymann as leading partners in lighthouse project PlanQK | Platform and Ecosystem for Quantum-Enhanced Artificial Intelligence
- Jan. 20.IQST Talk | Optimisation of atomic filters in arbitrary geometries
- Feb. 08.Quantum Science Slam Vorbereitungsworkshop am 08.02.20 | Uni Stuttgart - Apply now!
- Feb. 23.Minerva-Gentner Symposium on Quantum Simulations using Atoms, Photons and Molecules | Tze'elim (Israel), February 23-27, 2020 | Register now!
- Feb. 25.Quantum Science Slam am 25.02.20 | Theaterhaus Stuttgart