The first transregional center for quantum photonics at the universities of Jena, Stuttgart and Ulm offers around 50 scientists a cross-disciplinary and cross-location platform for research and exchange.
Researcher working on a uantum photon source for entangled photon pairs.
Image: Jan Potente/Carl-Zeiss-Stiftung
Opening ceremony 2022 of the CZS Center QPhoton in Stuttgart/Ulm...
Image: Steffen Walther/Carl-Zeiss-Stiftung
...and in Jena.
The CZS Center CNQN QPhoton is supported by the Carl-Zeiss-Stiftung with EUR 12 Mio spanning over the three locations, and from 2022 until 2027.
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