Louise Hoppe, Quantum Future Award 

Congra­tu­la­ti­ons Loui­se — all of us at Q.ANT are super hap­py with you about your second place at this year’s Quantum Future Award 2020 of the BMBF. What an impres­si­ve result.

Loui­se did her mas­ter the­sis tog­e­ther with the Insti­tut für Strahl­werk­zeu­ge (IFSW) in Stutt­gart and Q.ANT. With her mas­ter the­sis she laid the foun­da­ti­on at Q.ANT for the development of our scala­b­le non­line­ar wave­gui­de technology. This enab­ling technology ser­ves as a cen­tral ele­ment for genera­ting entangle­ment in many quantum tech­no­lo­gies, such as pho­to­nic quantum com­pu­ting or quantum imaging. 

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