The Institute for Quantum Electronics of the ETH Zürich is collaborating with FEMTOprint on the realization of ion traps for different applications such as quantum computing and molecular quantum logic, to be used in mass spectrometry or to control quantum states. The pictures show a titanium-gold coated trap which has the purpose to capture charged particles under vacuum conditions and a controlled electrical field, where laser technology is ultimately applied to induce coupling between qubit states or between internal qubit states and external motional states.

The ETH Zürich - Department of Physics - Institute for Quantum Electronics has a broad range of research activities, including quantum optics, quantum-structure engineering, laser physics, ultrafast phenomena and high-field physics. The Institute provides teaching of the physics curriculum for ETH students at all levels, including specialized lectures in quantum optics and quantum electronics.


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