Centre de Nanosciences et de Nanotechnologies (C2N) Centre de Nanosciences et de Nanotechnologies (C2N)
The Centre de Nanosciences et de Nanotechnologies (C2N) is a joint research unit between the CNRS and Université Paris-Sud-Université Paris-Saclay. It was founded on the 1st June 2016 when two former laboratories: the Laboratoire de Photonique et de Nanostructures (LPN - CNRS) and the Institut d’Electronique Fondamentale (IEF - CNRS/Université Paris-Sud) merged. In 2018, the laboratory moved to a new building at the heart of Campus Paris-Saclay, in the south of Paris.
The SIRTEQ project labeled Major Area of Interest is funded by the Île-de-France Region. SIRTEQ brings together the largest European concentration of academic teams in the field of quantum technologies. Its main objective is to promote an academic research excellence in the field of quantum technologies in Île-de-France taking into account the current social issues and the importance of knowledge transfer and technologies.
NanoSaclay NanoSaclay
The "LABEX NanoSaclay" laboratory interdisciplinary of excellence in nanoscience and nanotechnology Campus Paris-Saclay, is coordinated by the Foundation of Scientific Cooperation Campus Paris-Saclay. It has the support of the major research and university training institutions present on the campus (CNRS, Universities Paris-Sud and Versailles-Saint-Quentin, CEA, Ecole Polytechnique, Institute of Optics Graduate School, Supélec, Ecole Centrale Paris, ENS Cachan, ONERA, INRIA, Synchrotron Sun as well as Thales).
Quandela Quandela
Single Photon Sources. Photonics is among the dew platforms that can reach very high levels of complexity in quantum communication, computation and sensing. This is made possible by the mobility of photons and the large variety of their controllable degrees of freedom. Scaling up optical quantum technologies requires efficient sinle-photon sources delivering no more than one photon per pulse with the highest repetition rate. For many applications the generated photons should be indistinguishable with a high level of fidelity.
Attocube Attocube
attocube is a leading pioneer for nanotechnology solutions in industry and research. The company develops, produces and distributes components and systems for nanoscale applications such as precision motion, cryogenic microscopy, and nanoscale analytics. All products are manufactured in the NanoFactory, the company’s headquarters in Haar, close to Munich. An international team of 150 physicists, engineers, software developers, and product designers work in close collaboration from conception through to delivery. attocube has sales offices in the US and a broad network of worldwide distributors, covering more than 40 countries and 4,000 customers.
Renatech is the French network of high-end facilities in the field of micro & nanotechnology coordinated by CNRS. Its objective is to allow the national research and industry to benefit from competitive and world-class infrastructure for carrying out research and R&D projects that require top level equipment in micro and nanotechnologies. We work both with national and international partners from academia or industry.
NanoPhennec NanoPhennec
NANOPHENNEC. Nanophononic devices: from phonon networks to phonon CQED The goal of this project is to explore new horizons in nanophononics by developing novel phononic networks with full control on the phonon dynamics, and unprecedented structures capable of acoustically interact with single QDs, bridging the gap between nanophononics and semiconductor QD quantum optics.
HOT will explore hybrid opto- and electro-mechanical devices operating at the physical limits for conversion, synthesis, processing, sensing and measurement of electromagnetic (EM) fields, from radio and microwave frequencies to the terahertz domain. These spectral regions are relevant to important existing application domains targeting key societal areas AND markets of the future, including medicine (e.g. MRI imaging), security (e.g. Radar and THz monitoring), positioning, timing and navigation (oscillators) and future quantum technology.
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