Cluster4future QSens: Making quantum sensors fit for everyday life

December 9, 2020 /

Quantum sensors have some key advantages over conventional sensors. Researchers at the University of Stuttgart are making quantum sensors which are suitable for everyday use in medicine, Industry 4.0, mobility and sustainability.

They can detect cancer at an earlier stage, control prostheses, and measure the tiniest signals at the limits of what is theoretically feasible. Quantum sensors are at the cutting edge of sensor technology. A team led by Prof. Jens Anders, spokesperson for the cluster and Head of the Institute of Smart Sensors and Theoretical Electrical Engineering (IIS), and Prof. Jörg Wrachtrup, co-spokesperson and Head of the Institute of Physics (3) at the University of Stuttgart is carrying out research into quantum sensor technology as part of the cluster for the future “Quantum Sensors for the Future (QSens)”.

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