Exposed core fibers functionalized with 2D-Materials are scalable platform for photonics.
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New Research Project on QKD Granted

We can announce the start of the BMBF-funded joint research project tubLAN Q.0​, in which we will focus on the fiber intergration of single photon sources.
Exposed core fibers functionalized with 2D-Materials are scalable platform for photonics.
Image: Walter Oppel

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A TMDC sample is excited by a green laser in a fluorescence experiment. A TMDC sample is excited by a green laser in a fluorescence experiment. Image: Quyet Ngo

We are happy to announce the official start of the BMBF joint project tubLAN Q.0 striving for next gen quantum local area networks in Berlin city at the campus of Technische Universität Berlin!

The joint project is lead by the group of Tobias Heindel from the Technische Universität Berlin in collaboration with the groups of Christian Schneider of the Carl von Ossietzky Universität Oldenburg, and Martin Silies of the Hochschule Emden/Leer.

The project is supported by the associated industry partners PicoQuant, Quantum Optics Jena GmbH, Entropy GmbH, as well as the Bundesdruckerei-Gruppe!