MiLiQuant project successfully finalized 

After three years of joint develop­ments, the publicly BMBF-fun­ded pro­ject MiLi­Quant — Minia­tu­ri­zed Light Sources for Quantum Technology — expi­red. Led and coor­di­na­ted by Q.ANT, the pro­ject aim of deve­lo­ping beam sources based on diode lasers to enab­le industrial use of quantum tech­no­lo­gies was suc­cess­ful­ly achie­ved. The inter­disciplinary con­sor­ti­um of sci­ence and indus­try with the pro­ject part­ners Bosch, Zeiss, Nano­scri­be, Johan­nes Guten­berg Uni­ver­si­ty Mainz and the Pader­born Uni­ver­si­ty rea­li­zed minia­tu­ri­zed, fre­quen­cy- and power-sta­ble beam sources. The­se lay the foun­da­ti­on for a mul­ti­tu­de of app­li­ca­ti­ons in the fiel­ds of quantum sen­sing and novel ima­ging methods. With 10 Mio Euro, it in 2019 was one of the first high-volu­me pro­jects in the Ger­man fun­ding land­s­cape, which were sup­por­ted under the new Ger­man Quantum Initiative. 

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