Queen Máxima shows great interest during photonics visit at EHCI (in pictures)
Queen Máxima visited the Eindhoven Hendrik Casimir Institute (EHCI) on Thursday, the center of our photonics research. Students and…
New approach for Majorana research in short nanowires
Majorana particles are one of several promising candidates for stable quantum bits, the building blocks of quantum computers.
All the best for 2023!
Read the New Year's message of the TU/e board here.
Integrated optical isolators and circulators on an InP membrane platform
Rui Ma defended his PhD thesis at the department of Electrical Engineering on December 20th.
Sixteen awards in NGF Quantum Technology program, 2 TU/e projects
A prison for ions and cold atoms for a unique quantum simulator? Checking the geographical position of a bank computer with quantum…
Ultrafast writing with light
Youri van Hees defended his PhD thesis at the department of Applied Physics on December 7th.
Electron pairing in quantum dots as new approach to qubit research
Publication in Nature demonstrates promising method towards building the foundation for a future quantum computer.
Bringing integrated photonics to daily life
Photonic Integration Technology Center launches Metrology program to drastically reduce the cost of photonic chips
Cracking and Tracking of Quantum Dot Formation
Raja Gajjela defended his PhD thesis at the department of Applied Physics on November 11th.
Advancing trusted security for the future quantum world
Sharon Dolmans is leading a new project to develop societally-aligned, trusted security solutions for quantum cryptography of the future.
Analog Radio-over-Fiber for Millimeter-Wave 5G/6G Mobile Communications
Javier Perez Santacruz defended his PhD thesis at the department of Electrical Engineering on October 28th.
Building the backbone of the information society
How the Eindhoven Hendrik Casimir Institute develops novel information and communication systems.