On 20-21 June the macQsimal partners met for the very last time in person within the project that concludes at the end of July. Benefiting from the hospitality of the University the Neuchatel, hosting the event in Switzerland, the project coordinator, Dr. Jacques Haesler from CSEM and Prof. Alice Sinatra from CNRS presented at the … Read more
Mobile World Congress 2022 (MWC) took place from February 28th to March 3rd. The world’s largest and most influential connectivity event hosted over 61,000 attendees from almost 200 countries. It also hosted a zone dedicated to showcasing the innovation and development in Quantum Technologies that Europe is driving forward, The European Quantum Space. The stand … Read more
One of the objectives of the EU-funded projects is to increase the outreach for science and innovation. One of the means that has become a popular tool for communicating science to the general public is video. The macQsimal team is developing a series of videos that will not only present the project objectives, results and … Read more
International French-speaking competition of eloquence and popularization whose objective is to present a doctoral subject to an audience in a clear, entertaining and convincing way, in 180 seconds! The Jury selected the three best performances from each institution for the Swiss final. macQsimal collaborator, PhD student, Etienne Batori, won the 1st price of the UniNE … Read more
The Quantum Technology Flagship, and in particular the projects macQsimal and MetaboliQS featured in a recent article in HORIZON, the EU Research & Innovation Magazine. The article focuses on the medical applications of novel quantum sensors. It can be accessed here:https://horizon-magazine.eu/article/how-quantum-technology-could-revolutionise-detection-and-treatment-diseases.html
macQsimal researcher Gaetano Mileti, co-founder of the Laboratoire Temps – Fréquence at the University of Neuchâtel, was invited to speak about how philosophers of metaphysics previously probed the start and studies light to understand the universe and the passing of time and how we nowadays use light for precision and knowledge.
Swiss projects to help build a quantum future: Two Swiss-led initiatives have been selected for the first phase of the European Commission’s Future Emerging Technologies Quantum Flagship, which aims to “unlock the full potential of quantum technologies and accelerate their development and take-up into commercial products in Europe”.