Partner institutions

Over 80 incomming and outgoing missions will be supported under the PhoQuS projects in order to exchange the know-how and experience with twelve pertnering top european research centres.

  1. THE INSTITUTE OF PHOTONIC SCIENCES (Barcelona, Spain)

    prof. Maciej Lewenstein, prof. Morgan Mitchell, prof. Frank Koppens, prof. Juan P. Torres, Prof. Majid Ebrahim-Zadeh

    Quantum science and technology. Quantum information processing and communication, theory of quantum gases and their utilisation in quantum technologies, light-matter interfaces in atomic systems, plasmonics, midIR supercontinuum sources
  2. UNIVERSITY OF ULM, DEPARTMENT OF PHYSICS (Ulm, Germany)

    prof. Martin Plenio, prof. Susana Huelga, prof. Tommaso Calarco, prof. Johannes Hecker Denschlag

    Quantum enhanced metrology, quantum information theory, Bose-Einstein condensates, investigations and applications of colour centres
  3. UNIVERSITY OF OXFORD: DEPARTMENT OF PHYSICS (Oxford, United Kingdom)

    prof. Ian Walmsley

    Ultrafast laser science, quantum interferometry, femtosecond laser pulses, multiphoton interference effects
  4. UNIVERSITY OF GENEVA : FACULTY OF SCIENCES (Geneva, Switzerland)

    prof. Eric Vauthey, (prof. Nicolas Gisin)

    Ultrafast dynamics in soft matter, femtochemistry, nonlinear imaging probes, single-cell electroporation and photoporation, quantum communication, quantum memories
  5. UNIVERSITY OF COPENHAGEN: THE NIELS BOHR INSTITUTE (Copenhagen, Denmark)

    prof. Eugen Polzik, prof. Anders Sorensen

    Quantum information processing with deterministic atom-photon interface, quantum interfaces, quantum optics
  6. INSTITUT D’OPTIQUE GRADUATE SCHOOL (Palaiseau, France)

    prof. Pierre Chavel, prof. Sylvie Lebrun, prof. Nathalie Westbrook, prof. Philippe Grangier

    Micro-optics, modelling and characterization of devices and systems nanophotonics, plasmonics, micro-optics, modelling and characterization of optical systems, quantum optics, nonlinear photonic crystal fibres
  7. VRIJE UNIVERSITEIT BRUSSEL : BRUSSELS PHOTONICS TEAM (Brussel, Belgium)

    prof. Hugo Thienpont

    Microoptics and Photonics
  8. MAX PLANCK INSTITUTE FOR QUANTUM OPTICS (Munich, Germany)

    Dr. Thomas Udem (prof. Ignacio Cirac, prof. Gerhard Rempe)

    Quantum optics, quantum information theory, cold atomic gases, frequency combs
  9. HEIDELBERG UNIVERSITY: DEPARTMENT OF PHYSICS AND ASTRONOMY, MAX PLANCK INSTITUTE FOR NUCLEARPHYSICS: THEORY DIVISION (Heidelberg, Germany)

    Prof. Matthias Weidemüller, prof. Christoph Keitel, prof. Markus Oberthaler

    Ultracold molecules, ultracold collisions, ultracold chemistry, entanglement generationand utilisation in cold atom systems, atomic physics in strong electromagnetic fields
  10. UNIVERSITY OF ROME LA SAPIENZA: DEPARTMENT OF BASIC AND APPLIED SCIENCE FOR ENGINEERING AND DEPARTMENT OF PHYSICS (Rome, Italy)

    Prof. Concita Sibilia, prof. Paolo Mataloni, prof. Eugenio Facio

    Nanophotonics, plasmonics, superresolution, composite metal-dielectric layered metamaterials, generation and utilisation of photonic multimode entanglement, optical tests of foundations of quantum mechanics, nonlinear optical processes and phenomena in nonlinear photonic crystal fibers
  11. HIGH MAGNETIC FIELD LABORATORY (Grenoble, France)

    Dr. Marek Potemski

    Spectroscopy of semiconductor nanostructures
  12. UNIVERSITY OF BREMEN: INSTITUTE OF SOLID STATE PHYSICS (Bremen, Germany)

    Prof. Detlef Hommel

    Semiconductor nanostructure technology
  13. HEINRICH-HEINE-UNIVERSITÄT DÜSSELDORF: INSTITUTE FOR THEORETICAL PHYSICS I (Düsseldorf, Germany)

    Carsten Muller

    Fundamental interactions of matter with high-intensity laser fields, nonlinear coupling of quantum systems to intense photon fields, high-energy processes arising from the collective dynamics in intense laser-produced plasmas.
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