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Quantum sensors for metrology based on single-atom-like device technology (QADeT)

01.06.2021

The EMPIR Project “Quantum sensors for metrology based on single-atom-like device technology (QADeT)” is set to start on June 1st 2021 for a three-year funding period. The aim of the QADeT project is to realize single-atom-like systems (SALSs) in suitable materials, e.g. diamond, capable to perform nanoscale, high-sensitivity (electro-magnetic (EM) fields, temperature, stress, etc.) measurements.  Moreover, optimal methods to assess reproducibility in production and characterization of these systems and the host materials will be defined, paving the way for a standardization of the processes.

At PTB Marco Lopez and Stefan Kück are involved in the project. The project is coordinated by INRIM (Marco Gramegna) and is led by Marco López at PTB.

It involves 6 NMIs, 3 Universities and 3 Companies as partners.

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