Strong representation of macQsimal at the 2nd European Quantum Technology Conference

The 2nd European Quantum Technology Conference (EQTC) 2021 is a virtual event being hosted by the Irish Centre for High-End Computing and the National University of Ireland,  Galway between 29th November and 2nd December 2021. The event will highlight all of the most prominent and recent advances in European and international quantum technology activities across basic sciences, communication, computing, simulation and … Read more

From the backstage of macQsimal video production

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

macQsimal presenting at the Workshop on Optically Pumped Magnetometers (WOPM) 2021

The Workshop on Optically Pumped Magnetometers (WOPM) is an annual conference covering topics related to OPM technology. This year the event will be held in a hybrid form allowing participants to meet in person in Berlin, Glasgow and Jena. The local WOPM meeting in Jena, Germany will take place on both days 4th and 5th of October … Read more

Quantum Industry Day in Switzerland

The Quantum Industry Day in Switzerland is back on 5 October 2021 in a virtual conference set-up but with an on-site networking apéro!  Jacques Haesler (CSEM), macQsimal coordinator will welcome attendees at 8:55 a.m. as a moderator for the morning part of the conference and as a leader of the Session E – Quantum Sensors, … Read more

macQsimal collaborator Etienne Batori wins the UniNE preselection of “ma thèse en 180 secondes”

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

Hot Vapor Workshop was a success

The Hot Vapor Workshop, organised by the University of Stuttgart in collaboration with macQsimal was the expected highlight of this spring. The event on 22-24 March 2021 was the second edition of this conference, which is intended to become a series with a two-year frequency. It attracted a large audience from the global hot atomic … Read more

European Workshop on the Science and Technology of Hot Atomic Vapors

macQsimal is looking forward to one of its highlights of the year, a three-day workshop all about the science and technology of hot atomic vapors, taking place from 22-24 March 2021. The research and the spectroscopy of hot atomic vapors carries great potential for robust applications and quantum technology. Their spectroscopy has lost some attention … Read more

Quantum Highlights of the year in Nature Communications

Quantum Technologies are in the blooming era. Everyone talks about it. We are in the midst of a second quantum revolution unfolding, in which we are trying to exploit our ability to understand, detect and manipulate objects at the microscopic level, in the regime of single quantum objects. We are all aware that quantum physics … Read more

macQsimal at the EPIC Online Technology Meeting on Atomic Clocks and Quantum Sensors / Quantum Photonics Industry Technology report

Earlier this year, Jacques Haesler, Senior Project Manager at CSEM and Coordinator of macQsimal and Serge Grop, R&D Manager at macQsimal partner Orolia Switzerland served as speakers at the European Photonics Industry Consortium (EPIC) meeting on atomic clocks and quantum sensors. The presentation slides, a video of the entire event as well as a list … Read more

The videos of the Quantum Industry Day 2020 are online

The contributions to the Quantum Industry Day 2020, including the presentations of macQsimal researcher Sylvain Karlen (Session D – Quantum Sensors – Part 1), macQsimal coordinator Jacques Haesler (Quantum Sensing @CSEM) and Dr Thomas Strohm, coordinator of Quantum Technologies at macQsimal partner BOSCH, (Quantum sensors – challenges and opportunities) have been recorded and published. Further … Read more