Theory and Experiment

Atomionics is a start-up based in Singapore, building atom-interferometry based sensing systems.

NUS Enterprise
21 Heng Mui Keng Terrace The Hangar, iCube Building, Level 1

The Quantum Information Science and Technology research group is part of the Federal University of ABC (UFABC), Santo André, São Paulo, Brazil. We are a very enthusiastic research group working in São Paulo metropolitan area. We are interested in most aspects of quantum information science including theoretical and experimental investigations. We are part of the joint initiative “Brazilian National Institute of Science and Technology for Quantum Information (INCT-IQ)”.

UFABC is a brand new Brazilian public university. Located in the industrial belt of São Paulo – Brazil’s largest city – in an area known as ABC. Founded in 2006, the UFABC already established a reputation for high-level interdisciplinary research and teaching, being top ranked in several aspects.

Research and innovation are also another pillars of the university. The UFABC is considered, in several ranks, the most international university in Brazil. It is also the Brazilian university with bigger publication impact with roughly a quarter of the publications in the 10% more cited publications worldwide, according to the SIR World Report, from the Scimagoir rank.

Avenida dos Estados, 5001
Santo André
23° 38' 40.6212" S, 46° 31' 41.9268" W

Q@TN is a joint initiative of University of Trento, Bruno Kessler Foundation, and National Research Council aimed at coordinating their on-going activities and to start new ones in the field of Quantum Science and Technologies.

Q@TN promotes research projects, technological transfer, education and training.

Research activities are planned in the areas of fundamental quantum science, quantum communications, quantum computing, quantum simulations, future sensors and metrology.

University of Trento
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The Physics of Information and Quantum Technologies Group promotes research and advanced training aiming at understanding and exploiting the role of quantum physics, of thermodynamics, and of relativity in the encoding, detection, transmission and processing of information, as well as at exploring the insights quantum information brings into fundamental physics.

Namely, our team develops research in Quantum Information, Computation and Simulation, in Relativistic Quantum Information, in Quantum Thermodynamics and Nanoenergetics, and in Quantum Effects in Biology and Open Quantum Dynamics, in the context of a variety of international projects and a doctoral programme.

The Group is part of Instituto de Telecomunicações (IT), a national research institute rated Excellent in its international assessments. It is located in Instituto Superior Técnico (IST, the School of Science and Engineering of the University of Lisbon), in Lisbon, Portugal (see Contact to find out how to reach us).

Instituto de Telecomunicacoes; IST, University of Lisbon
Av. Rovisco Pais 1 Torre Norte, piso 10
38° 44' 12.6456" N, 9° 8' 21.6456" W
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