We develop new source, detector and quantum control methods for the exploration of quantum coherence physics at the interface to the life sciences and for quantum interference enhanced physical chemistry of biomolecules.
Scientific Partners (independent funding)
COLMI was granted by the FWF on March 12th 2017 and allows the exploration of a unique long-base line matter-wave interferometer for macromolecules and clusters.
Partners, with independent funding and Cotutelle supervision
CAVICOOL was granted by the FWF on October 6th 2014 and allows the exploration of cavity cooling of silicon nanoparticles in interaction with light in high-finesse cavities.
Project Partner: Michael Trupke, Now University of Vienna
Partners, with independent funding
The Vienna Doctoral Program on Complex Quantum Systems (CoQuS) selects students from an international pool of applicants, based on their academic excellence, scientific success and ambition. The programme is supported by the Austrian Science Funds FWF, the University of Vienna and the Vienna University of Technology.