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24 September 2020

The Return of the Spin Echo

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A research team from Garching and Vienna discovered a remarkable echo effect - it offers exciting new possibilities for working with quantum information.

16 September 2020

Two ERC Starting Grants awarded to MCQST members

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MCQST members, Fabian Grusdt and Dominik Bucher, have won prestigious ERC Starting Grants.

14 September 2020

Bavaria takes a Quantum Leap

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120 million euros for the development of quantum sciences and technologies (QST) in Bavaria.

17 August 2020

Tatjana Wilk on Germany's quantum push in Science | Business

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In an article for Science|Business, Dr. Tatjana Wilk shares insight on current and future QST research, as well as on Germany's potential in developing quantum technologies.

30 July 2020

The next Quantum Leap

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Rudolf Gross on the advantages of quantum computers and Germany's challenges with "deep tech" in Focus magazine.

30 July 2020

Martí Perarnau Llobet wins NJP Early Career Award

Scientific Awards

Congratulations to Martí Perarnau Llobet for winning the "NJP Early Career Award".

28 July 2020

Science Minister Bernd Sibler visits the Walther Meissner Institute


WMI directors Stefan Filipp and Rudolf Gross welcomed Science Minister Bernd Sibler on the Garching campus for an insight into the current and future research priorities of the institute and its role in the field of quantum technologies.

27 July 2020

Munich Takes the Lead in Quantum Science

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Interview with Rudolf Groß in Digitale Welt on the Munich quantum landscape.

20 July 2020

The world’s lightest mirror

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Physicists at MPQ succeed at engineering an optical mirror made of only a few hundred atoms. It is the lightest one in the world and even imaginable.

10 July 2020

Driven topology

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LMU pysicists together with an international team succeeded in realizing a novel genuine time-dependent topological system with ultracold atoms in periodically-driven optical honeycomb lattices.

15 June 2020

Playing Pool with Excitons

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The junior theory research group led by Richard Schmidt at the Max Planck Institute for Quantum Optics in collaboration with colleagues at the University of Hamburg and ETH Zurich has successfully completed a work that can explain a successful quantum simulation of certain properties of an ultra-flat semiconductor.

9 June 2020

Interview with Professor Immanuel Bloch


Immanuel Bloch talks about taking on the role of managing director at the MPQ and the future of quantum optics.

20 May 2020

Prof. Phan Thành Nam is awarded EMS prize

Scientific Awards

The prize is awarded in recognition of excellent contributions in mathematics.

11 March 2020

IQM expands in Germany - Subsidiary in Munich to drive quantum hardware-software co-design


IQM is growing! IQM expands to Germany for quantum hardware-software co-design under the lead of Enrique Solano in Munich

11 February 2020

Parametric Instabilities of Interacting Bosons in Periodically Driven 1D Optical Lattices

Science News | News

An international team headed by LMU and MPQ physicists report on observations of collective modes in the early-stage dynamics of ultracold bosons in shaken one-dimensional optical lattices by monitoring the momentum distribution of the cloud.

22 December 2018

Quantum advantage with shallow circuits

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MQC member Robert König and collaborators from IBM and the University of Waterloo present the first unconditional separation between analogously defined classical and quantum complexity classes.

17 October 2018

MCQST starting in January 2019


The "Munich Center for Quantum Science and Technology" is approved by the DFG as a Cluster of Excellence.

18 March 2018

Synopsis: ARPES with Cold Atoms

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A numerical study outlines how to perform measurements on cold atoms that mimic angle-resolved photoemission spectroscopy studies of solids.

15 March 2018

A quadrillionth of a second in slow motion

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Observing and controlling ultrafast processes with attosecond resolution

9 March 2018

Size-driven quantum phase transitions

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A physical consequence of the undecidability of the spectral gap

6 March 2018

Light-steering of spin-polarized currents in topological insulators

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Topological insulators are a fascinating group of materials. A spin-polarization occurs, as soon as an electric current flows in the material. MQC scientist Prof Dr Alexander Holleitner and his cooperation partners measured this now for the first time optically at room temperature.

7 February 2018

Light controls two-atom quantum computation

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MPQ scientists realize mathematical operations with a quantum gate between two trapped atoms that is mediated by photons.

12 December 2017

Long-lived storage of a photonic qubit for worldwide teleportation

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MPQ scientists achieve long storage times for photonic quantum bits which break the lower bound for direct teleportation in a global quantum network.

29 April 2017

Shaken, but not stirred


Physicists create quantum system, which is robust to mixing by periodic forces

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