Integrating quantum systems in technology platforms will transform not only obvious fields such as ICT, but also less obvious ones such as healthcare
At the Center for Quantum Materials and Technology Eindhoven (QT/e), we focus on research topics such as advanced materials, nanotechnology and integrated circuit development for quantum technologies, post-quantum cryptography and information security, and quantum simulation with cold atoms and polaritons. This research has the potential to revolutionize a wide range of fields, including ICT and the internet, simulation and computation, data science and security, energy and sensing technologies, healthcare, logistics, and materials sciences.Read more
Related Research Groups
The seven TU/e groups working on Quantum Technology together cover two fields:
- Quantum Simulation
- Quantum Information
Advanced Nanomaterials & Devices
It is fascinating how materials properties at the nanoscale can be radically changed by means of size, crystal structure or surface states....
Coherence and Quantum Technology
Our central theme is dilute matter at high phase space density. Our goal is exploiting quantum coherence. Our work is both theoretical and...
Integrated Circuits (IC) formerly named Mixed-signal Microelectronics (MsM)
The MSM group carries out fundamental research on RF and mixed-signal IC design applied to front ends, including the AD and DA conversion.
Photonics and Semiconductor Nanophysics
We explore the novel physics and applications emerging from the interaction of light with nanoscale matter.
Meet some of our Researchers
Jaime Gómez Rivas
Our most recent peer reviewed publications
Physical-layer confidentiality by chaotic encoding in radio-over-fiber systems2019 Optical Fiber Communication Conference, (OFC 2019) (2019)
Limits to strong coupling of excitons in multilayer WS2 with collective plasmonic resonancesACS Photonics (2019)
Design trade-offs in amorphous indium gallium zinc oxide thin film transistor based bio-signal sensing front-endsFlexible and Printed Electronics (2019)
Finite-range effects in Efimov physics beyond the separable approximationPhysical Review A (2019)
From coherent collective excitation to Rydberg blockade on an atom chipPhysical Review A (2018)