We at attocube believe that teamwork is essential to our success, and that the exchange of ideas, know-how and experience is key to progress and sustainable growth. This is why attocube cooperates with a network of experts from various institutes, organizations and initiatives, both, in Germany and internationally.
ASTERIQS (Advancing Science and TEchnology thRough dIamond Quantum Sensing) is a project within the EU's 'Quantum Flagship' initiative. It will exploit quantum sensing based on nitrogen-vacancy-centres in ultrapure diamond to bring solutions to societal and economical needs for which no solution exists yet. The project will develop enabling tools, such as highest grade diamond material with ultralow impurity level, advanced protocols to overcome residual noise in sensing schemes, and optimized engineering for miniaturized and efficient devices.
The "Center for NanoScience“ (CeNS) aims to stimulate and support interdisciplinary research in all areas of nanoscience, combining physics, chemistry, biochemistry and life sciences. CeNS is a working group based at the Ludwig-Maximilians-Universität (LMU) in Munich, Germany. CeNS members and affiliates research both at the LMU and at other scientific institutions as well as in industrial laboratories.
The „Cluster Nanotechnology“ cross-links nanotechnology competences from economy, science, politics and education. It aims to promote the technology transfer and the intensive cooperation of actors in the area of nanotechnology. In building a strong network of bundled skills and competences Germany‘s pioneering role as nanotech leader shall be maintained and strenghtend.
The „Deutsche Physikalische Gesellschaft e.V.“ (DPG) - German Phyiscal Society - is the world‘s eldest and largest physical assicia- tion with more thans 50.000 members. Their names seem to be the ‚Who is Who in Phyiscs‘ - nowadays and in the past. Amongst their ancient presidents are world famous scientists like Max Planck and Albert Einstein.
The „European Society for Precision Engineering and Nanotechnology“ (euspen) is an influential community linking industrialists, researchers, respected authorities, new and established players worldwide. It provides an entrepreneurial platform that enables companies and research institutes to promote their latest technology developments, products and services and keep up to date with those in the field.
The Spin-Nano network brings together an exceptionally strong team of world-leading experts in nano-science and technology from 6 European countries in order to achieve breakthroughs in understanding and successful utilization of nanoscale solid-state spin systems in emerging quantum technologies. The consortium of 14 academic and 7 industrial groups will deliver top international level multidisciplinary training to 15 early stage researchers.
SQUARE (Scalable Rare Earth Ion Quantum Computing Nodes) is funded by the European Union within the 'Quantum Flagship' initiative in the sector basic science. The project aims at establishing individually addressable rare earth ions as a fundamental building block of a quantum computer and addresses the main roadblocks on the way towards scalable quantum hardware. The goal is to realize the basic elements of a multifunctional quantum processor node, where multiple qubits can be used for quantum storage, quantum gates, and for coherent spin-photon quantum state mapping.
The VDMA (Verband Deutscher Maschinen- und Anlagenbau, German Engineering Association) is the largest industry association in Europe and represents over 3,100 mostly medium-sized companies in the German engineering industry. The Association is divided into 15 cross-sector departments. attocube is member of the electronics, micro- and nanotechnologies sector.
The 4PHOTON consortium brings together the material growth, microscopy, spectroscopy, theory and device groups that work on the physics and applications of quantum dots grown by Droplet Epitaxy covering the full chain of research in the field of Quantum Information Technology from basic materials science to practical devices.