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.
Social Media / Web Content Manager (m/f/d)
Are you passionate about the digital world and want to contribute to the growth of Q.ANT’s online footprint?
Expert (m/f/d) for integrated photonics and quantum measurements
As an expert for optical quantum measurements you will be responsible for implementing and running experiments and characterization tools for different classical and non-classical states of light.
Photonic Microfabrication Engineer (m/f/d)
As our photonic microfabrication engineer you will plan, develop and implement different microfabrication processes in close collaboration with our partners. The clear goal is to develop a microfabrication process which can power our next generations of integrated optical quantum computers.