In­sti­tute of Quan­tum Tech­nolo­gies

The atom chip of MAIUS 1
The atom chip of MAIUS 1
Image 1/2, Credit: MAIUS project team/J. Matthias

The atom chip of MAIUS 1

The three-lay­ered atom chip with its gold wires mea­sures ap­prox­i­mate­ly three by three cen­time­tres.
Cold Atoms Lab - new ISS laboratory for ultracold atomic research
Cold Atoms Lab - new ISS lab­o­ra­to­ry for ul­tra­cold atom­ic re­search
Image 2/2, Credit: NASA

Cold Atoms Lab - new ISS laboratory for ultracold atomic research

Cold Atoms Lab - artist's im­pres­sion of the Cold Atoms Lab (CAL). The lab is a com­pact, atom chip-based fa­cil­i­ty for ex­am­in­ing ul­tra-cold quan­tum gas­es such as Bose-Ein­stein con­den­sates (BEC).

The aim of the Institute of Quantum Technologies in Ulm is to develop precision instruments for space applications based on quantum technologies and, in close cooperation with industry, to bring them to prototype maturity. It thus provides a bridge between fundamental research and industry.

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  • Dr. Lisa Wörner
    Acht­ing Head of In­sti­tute
    Ger­man Aerospace Cen­ter (DLR)
    DLR In­sti­tute of Quan­tum Tech­nolo­gies
    Telephone: +49 731 400198 802
    Wilhelm-Runge-Straße 10
    89081 Ulm
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