Former Projects

Former projects of the Theory division.

The long-term goals and visions of this project are to: (i) develop applications and protocols which can be carried out with small quantum processors, and that outperform existing and planned classical devices; (ii) revisit classical algorithms and methods inspired by quantum information processing to apply them to more
In this project we will: (i) develop the theoretical tools required to investigate this new area; (ii) explore and characterize novel phenomena; and (iii) propose and analyze other physical setups where those phenomena can be observed and exploited (in the context of quantum information and simulation). more
SIQS: Simulators and Interfaces with Quantum Systems
The overarching goal of our project is to develop systems based on direct and deterministic interactions between individual quantum entities, which by involving large-scale entanglement can outperform classical systems in a series of relevant applications. more
Aus den Beschränkungen der Monte-Carlo-Methoden ergibt sich das Ziel des QTFLAG-Projekts. Es soll ein ein neues quantenbasiertes experimentelles und theoretisches Werkzeug erforscht werden, um stark korrelierte Vielteilchen-Quantensysteme zu simulieren. more
ExQM is an international and interdisciplinary PhD programme of excellence based in Munich and jointly held by various quantum physics and mathematical research groups at Technical University of Munich (TUM), Ludwig-Maximilians-Universität Munich (LMU), the Max-Planck-Institute for Quantum Optics (MPQ), the Walther-Meissner Institute of Low-Temperature Research (WMI) and the Walter-Schottky Institute for Quantum Electronics (WSI). more
The overall objectives of the AQUTE project areA) To develop quantum technologies based on atomic, molecular and optical (AMO) systems for* scalable quantum computation;* entanglement-enabled technologies like metrology and sensing.B) more
In the recent years, quantum continuous variables (QCV) have emerged as a tool of major importance for developing novel quantum communication and information processing protocols. more
This project aims at the creation of robust and scalable quantum interfaces between different platforms for the implementation of Quantum Technologies. more
The Sonderforschungsbereich 631 (Collaborative Research Centre 631) was installed by the Deutsche Forschungsgemeinschaft (German Science Foundation, DFG) effective in July 1, 2003. In May 2007, the Senatsausschuss für die Angelegenheiten der Sonderforschungsbereiche of the DFG has granted the second four-year funding period. more


  • Quevadis
  • Scala
  • NIM
  • QCCC
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