macQsimal

Project developing quantum-enabled sensors for many areas including autonomous driving and medical imaging.

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In October 2018 the macQsimal project was chosen as one of the Quantum Flagship's initial 20 projects receiving €10,209,943.75 in funding from the European Comission. A 3-year project macQsimal will run for the duration of the QuantumFlagshipQuantum Flagship's ramp-up phase (October 2018 - September 2021).

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Miniature Atomic vapor-Cells Quantum devices for SensIng and Metrology AppLications (macQsimal) is a research project developing minaturized quantum-enabled sensors in five areas: magnetic fields, time, rotation, electro-magnetic radiation and gas concentration.

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In October 2018 the macQsimal project was chosen as one of the Quantum Flagship's initial 20 projects receiving €10,209,943.75 in funding from the European Comission. A 3-year project macQsimal will run for the duration of the QuantumFlagship's ramp upramp-up phase (October 2018 - September 2021).

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Elekta

Richard Hausmann

Stockholm, Sweden

Radiation Medicine

Oriola

Jean-Yves Courtois

Neuchâtel, Switzerland

Positional, Navigation, & Timing Technologies

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Quantum technology could revolutionise the detection and treatment of diseases

Jonathan O'Callaghan

Web = Magazine

6/24/2019

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Miniature Atomic vapor-Cells Quantum devices for SensIng and Metrology AppLications (macQsimal) is a research project developing minaturized quantum-enabled sensors in five areas: magnetic fields, time, rotation, electro-magnetic radiation and gas concentration.

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The common technologymacQsimal appliedaims to sensors in each of these areas isdevelop atomic vapor cells as integrated microelectromechanical systems (MEMs) fabricated at the wafer level. The sensors will concurrently apply advanced squeezing, entanglement and cavity-quantum electrodynamics (QED) methods .

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ParticularThe specific minaturized sensors macQsimal is developing are quantum-enabled atomic clocks, gyroscopes, magnetometers.These will form prototypes for applications in autonomous navigation, non-invasive medical diagnosis and drug detection.

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In October 2018 the macQsimal project was chosen as one of the Quantum Flagship's initial 20 projects and receivedreceiving €10,209,943.75 in funding from the European Comission. A 3-year project macQsimal will run for the duration of the QuantumFlagship's ramp up phase (October 2018 - September 2021).

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Robert Bosch GmbH

Volkmar Denner

Gerlingen, Germany

Engineering & Technology

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macQsimal selected as one of the Quantum Flagship's initial ramp-up phase projects

macQsimal received €10,209,943.75 from the Flagship to fund the 3-year project.

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macQsimal is coordinated by the Swiss Center for Electronics and Microtechnology (CSEM), a research and technology organization (RTO) based in NeuchâtelNeuchâtel, Switzerland. The project consortium is made up of research groups and companies working in the field of atomic sensing. A full list of collaborators is below:

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  • 2 RTOs: CSEM and VTT Technical Research Centre of FinlandFinland Ltd.
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  • 8 academic partners: The Institute of Photonic Sciences (ICFO), University of Copenhagen (The Niels Bohr InstituteNiels Bohr Institute), Centre National de la Recherche Scientifique (CNRS – Laboratoire Kastler Brossel), Aalto University, University of Basel, University of Durham, University of Stuttgart, and University of Neuchâtel
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macQsimal is coordinated by the Swiss Center for Electronics and Microtechnology (CSEM), a research and technology organization (RTO) based in Neuchâtel, SwitzerlandSwitzerland. The project consortium is made up of research groups and companies working in the field of atomic sensing. A full list of collaborators is below:

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  • 3 industrial partners: Robert Bosch GmbHRobert Bosch GmbH, Orolia Switzerland SA and Elekta Oy (Megin)
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In October 2018 the macQsimal project was chosen as one of the Quantum FlagshipQuantum Flagship's initial 20 projects and received €10,209,943.75 in funding from the European Comission.

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Particular minaturized sensors the macQsimal is developing are quantum-enabled atomic clocks, gyroscopes, magnetometers.These will form prototypes for applications in autonomous navigation, non-invasive medical diagnosis and drug detection.

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Miniature Atomic vapor-Cells Quantum devices for SensIng and Metrology AppLications (macQsimal) is a research project developing minaturized quantum-enabled sensors in five areas: magnetic fields, time, rotation, electro-magnetic radiation and gas concentration.

The common technology applied to sensors in each of these areas is atomic vapor cells as integrated microelectromechanical systems (MEMs) fabricated at the wafer level. The sensors will concurrently apply advanced squeezing, entanglement and cavity-quantum electrodynamics (QED) methods .

Particular minaturized sensors the macQsimal is developing are quantum-enabled atomic clocks, gyroscopes, magnetometers.These form prototypes for applications in autonomous navigation, non-invasive medical diagnosis and drug detection.

In October 2018 the macQsimal project was chosen as partone of the Quantum Flagship's initial 20 projects and received €10,209,943.75 in funding from the European European Union's Quantum Flagship iniative receiving €10,209,943.75 in fundingComission.

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macQsimal is coordinated by the Swiss Center for Electronics and Microtechnology (CSEM), a research and technology organization (RTO) based in Neuchâtel, Switzerland. The project consortium is made up of research groups and companies working in the field of atomic sensing. A full list of collaborators is below:

  • 2 RTOs: CSEM and VTT Technical Research Centre of Finland Ltd.
  • 3 industrial partners: Robert Bosch GmbH, Orolia Switzerland SA and Elekta Oy (Megin)
  • 8 academic partners: The Institute of Photonic Sciences (ICFO), University of Copenhagen (The Niels Bohr Institute), Centre National de la Recherche Scientifique (CNRS – Laboratoire Kastler Brossel), Aalto University, University of Basel, University of Durham, University of Stuttgart, and University of Neuchâtel

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In October 2018 the macQsimal project was chosen as part of the European UnionEuropean Union's Quantum Flagship iniative receiving €10,209,943.75 in funding.

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In October 2018 the MetaboliQsmacQsimal project was chosen as part of the European Union's Quantum Flagship iniative receiving €10,209,943.75 in funding.

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In October 2018 the MetaboliQs project was chosen as part of the European Union's Quantum Flagship iniative receiving €10,209,943.75 in funding.

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macQsimal

Project developing quantum-enabled sensors for many areas including autonomous driving and medical imaging.

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In October 2018 the MetaboliQs project was chosen as part of the European Union's Quantum Flagship iniative receiving €10,209,943.75 in funding.

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