Miniaturized light-sources for medical and mobility applications 

It’s offi­cial: our pro­ject MiLi­Quant is fun­ded by the BMBF – tog­e­ther with our part­ners Bosch, Zeiss, Nano­scri­be, Uni­ver­si­ty of Mainz and Uni­ver­si­ty of Pader­born we will deve­lop minia­tu­ri­zed light-sources based on diode-lasers and enab­le industrial Quantum Technology.

The­se minia­tu­ri­zed, fre­quen­cy- and power-sta­ble light-sources will allow a maintenance-free use even out­side labo­ra­to­ry con­di­ti­ons. The development of the­se basic tech­no­lo­gies is tailo­red to spe­ci­fic app­li­ca­ti­ons in the fiel­ds of quantum sensor technology and quantum ima­ging: The addres­sed app­li­ca­ti­ons ran­ge from dia­mond-based sensors for medi­cal dia­gnostics (intra­ope­ra­ti­ve detec­tion of brain and ner­ve acti­vi­ty), sensors for auto­no­mous dri­ving (high pre­cisi­on gyro­scopes) to quantum-based ima­ging in the infra­red spec­trum (radia­ti­on redu­ced micro­scopy of living cells).

The future is defined by the sharpest minds.

Our team works pas­sio­na­te­ly and hand-in-hand towards the imple­men­ta­ti­on of cut­ting-edge pho­to­nic solu­ti­ons. We aim to build an inno­va­ti­ve envi­ron­ment which nur­tures the free­dom to pur­sue visionary ideas.

Be a part of our inter­disciplinary team and let’s write the future of industrial histo­ry together.

Quantum technology can do more.

And so can our team.

Product Owner (m/f/d) — Sensor technology for the semiconductor industry

You take respon­sibility for one Q.ANT sensor that will shape the future of the semi­con­duc­tor industry.

Student assistant (m/f/d) for the development and characterization of nonlinear modules

You will help with the development of inno­va­ti­ve non­line­ar opti­cal devices.

Laboratory engineer (m/f/d) for assembling optical systems and lasers

You are respon­si­ble for the assem­bly and expe­ri­men­tal qua­li­fi­ca­ti­on of opti­cal systems and lasers.