Quantum imaging and computing lecture in the ACP auditorium in 2021.
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qp-tech.edu - Quantum Photonic Technology Education

A federal, intersectoral education project in the emerging photonic quantum technologies coordinated by the Abbe Center of Photonics.
Quantum imaging and computing lecture in the ACP auditorium in 2021.
Image: Jürgen Scheere (University of Jena)

The collaborative project qp-tech.edu was launched in 2022 by the Federal Ministry of Education and Research (BMBF). It comprises four German Universities (Erlangen, Jena, Ulm, Paderborn) and the Fraunhofer IOF in Jena. qp-tech.edu pursues the goal of supporting the German photonics industry for the challenges of the second quantum revolution in the area of personnel development at scientific, technical and management level through suitable training and further education. The project will use the following instruments to reach this purpose:

  • Systematic and continuous needs analysis (qp-tech.analytics),
  • Development of new, interdisciplinary training modules (qp-tech.study),
  • Analogue and digital further training for specialists (qp-tech.pro),
  • Intersectoral exchange programs (qp-tech.experience).

Online Workshop on Quantum Technologies

Flyer for online workshop 2022 Flyer for online workshop 2022 Image: Jobst Ziebell

We look forward to your participation in this online event. For our record, please provide your name and affiliation through zoom during the workshop, or send an email to the contact person if you want to use a pseudonym instead.

Background

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The second quantum revolution is ongoing and will result in novel applications based on the use of quantum phenomena. In order to keep pace with this development,an active response from German industry is vital. In addition to learning the scientific basics, companies recognize the potential of quantum technologies for their own products and markets and derive company-specific strategies. Key scientific players in quantum photonics in Germany and industrial companies are cooperating in qp-tech.edu with the aim of creating the personnel requirements for the implementation of photonic quantum technologies in the German photonics industry.

In the project qp-tech.edu, the Abbe Center of Photonics at the Friedrich Schiller University Jena de is collaborating with the physics, quantum and photonics departments of the Friedrich-Alexander-Universität Erlangen-Nürnberg,  the University of Paderborn, the University of Ulm, and the Fraunhofer Institute of Applied Optics and Precision Engineering.

The Federal Ministry of Education and Research (BMBF) is funding the qp-tech.edu with  2 million EUR at least until 2024.

Contact

Prof. Dr. Andreas Tünnermann Prof. Dr. Andreas Tünnermann Image: Anne Günther (University of Jena)

Prof. Dr. Andreas TÜNNERMANN

Spokesperson
Co-director Abbe Center of Photonics
Email: andreas.tuennermann@uni-jena.de
Phone: +49 3641-9-47800
www.acp.uni-jena.de/tuennermann

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Prof. Dr. Thomas PERTSCH

Vice spokesperson
Executive program coordinator
Co-director Abbe Center of Photonics
Email: thomas.pertsch@uni-jena.de 
Phone: +49 3641-9-47560
www.acp.uni-jena.de/pertsch 

Prof. Sevag Gharibian, University of Paderborn. Prof. Sevag Gharibian, University of Paderborn. Image: University of Paderborn

Prof. Dr. Sevag GHARIBIAN

Project leader Uni Paderborn
Quantum Computation

Email: sevag.gharibian@upb.de 
Phone:  +49 5251 60-5376
https://en.cs.uni-paderborn.de/qi/team/group/jun-prof-dr-sevag-gharibian

 

Prof. Claus Braxmaier, University of Ulm. Prof. Claus Braxmaier, University of Ulm. Image: University of Ulm

Prof. Dr. Claus BRAXMAIER

Project leader Uni Ulm
Quantum Sensing

Email: claus.braxmaier@uni-ulm.de
Phone:  +49 731 50-26242
www.uni-ulm.de/in/mikro/institut/braxmaier

 

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Dr. Robert KAMMEL

Project leader IOF Jena
Strategy, Communication and Outreach

Email: robert.kammel@uni-jena.de  
Phone:  +49 3641-807-394
www.iof.fraunhofer.de/de/kontakt 

 

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Dr. Christian HELGERT

CEO Abbe Center of Photonics
Email: christian.helgert@uni-jena.de
Phone:  +49 3641-9-47960
www.acp.uni-jena.de/management

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Dr. Frank SETZPFANDT

Project leader Uni Jena
Quantum Optics

Email: f.setzpfandt@uni-jena.de
Phone:  +49 3641-9-47569
www.acp.uni-jena.de/setzpfandt

 

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Dr. Rudrakant SOLLAPUR

Head of Quantum Education Laboratory Jena
Email:           rudrakant.sollapur@uni-jena.de
Phone:         +49 3641 9-47549

Prof. Joachim von Zanthier, University of Erlangen-Nuremberg. Prof. Joachim von Zanthier, University of Erlangen-Nuremberg. Image: University of Erlangen-Nuremberg

Prof. Dr. Joachim VON ZANTHIER

Project leader Uni Erlangen
Quantum Optics & Quantum Information

Email: joachim.vonzanthier@physik.uni-erlangen.de 
Phone:  +49 9131 85-27603
www.qoqi.nat.fau.de

 

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Jobst ZIEBELL

Email: jobst.ziebell@uni-jena.de
Phone: +49 3641 9-47549