QTF is formed around eleven strong research groups focusing on experiments on single quanta in solid state and device physics, theory of open quantum systems, and engineering capability to implement quantum technology.
We publish an average 120 papers per year.
Work package 1
Control of Quantum Coherence and Dissipation
Objectives: Development and implementation of new types of engineered environments for quantum systems enabling temporal control of energy relaxation times, by several orders of magnitude.
Contributing teams: HELTEQ, PICO, QCD, NAE and MSP.
WP leader: Sabrina Maniscalco
Work package 2
Quantum machines and simulators
Objectives: Realization of quantum heat engines and analog quantum simulators. Solving novel conceptual and theoretical problems associated with these machines.
Contributing teams: PICO, KVANTTI, AQE, NAE, HELTEQ, QT, NANO, MSP, QCD and NEMS.
WP leader: Jukka Pekola
Work package 3
Objectives: Realization of novel hybrid devices and quantum systems, in particular by combining atomically perfect 1D and 2D materials and hybrid structures to nanofabricated controllable environments.
Contributing teams: NANO, PHOTO, PICO, KVANTTI, QT, NAE, AQE and QCD.
WP leader: Pertti Hakonen
Work package 4
Objectives: Scale-up of the QTF key enabling technologies, to push our quantum technologies readiness level beyond proof-of-concepts and to create a common technical resource bank that supports the implementation of our scientific program.
Contributing teams: AQE, NAE, QCD, PICO, KVANTTI, NANO, PHOTO, MSP, QT and NEMS.
WP leader: Visa Vesterinen
Work package 5
Exploring unconventional concepts for future quantum technologies
Objectives: Seek and implement quantum devices of practical value based on fundamentally new concepts.
Contributing teams: QCD, PICO, AQE, KVANTTI, HELTEQ, QT, NANO, MSP, NAE, NEMS and PHOTO.
WP leader: Mikko Möttönen