Quantum Sensing Application

Riding The Wave of Quantum Innovation

At QDNL, we believe our members will one day turn quantum sensing into practical innovations for everyone: from building better MRI machines to navigating without satellites to developing sensors that monitor climate change.

In fact, the first wave of applications is already in there and further innovations are poised to enter the market soon.

In fact, the first wave of applications is already in there and further innovations are poised to enter the market soon.

To ensure the development of new quantum sensing applications, QDNL is fostering an ecosystem of technology developers and end-users. By collaborating and sharing knowledge, we believe our members can create applications and at the same time improve the technology has been validated in labs. Our plan includes open calls for developing new quantum sensor components and bringing together diverse stakeholders to create these innovative new applications.

Once the technology is operational, QDNL will establish public-private partnerships to accelerate industrialization. These partnerships can bring quantum sensing applications to market quickly and efficiently. With continued investment and collaboration, the potential of quantum sensing can be fully realized and spark a transformative impact on numerous industries and areas of research.

Are you pursuing research and development or commercial applications in the field of quantum sensing? Join our team. Reach out to the QDNL expert at the bottom of the page to learn more about quantum sensing.

Open call

Bring in your idea!

Let us know about your projects or ideas. They can be related to fundamental research, applied research, collaboration between research and industry, start-up maturation with co-creation or supply chain development. Read more to apply!

Read more


Clara Osorio Tamayo
CAT 3: Testbed lead
Suzan Van Dongen
CAT 3: Coordinator
Florian Schreck
CAT 3.1: Testbed for ultracold atom sensors
Simon Gröblacher
CAT 3.2 Testbed for mechanical sensors
Letizia Catalini
CAT 3.2: Testbed for mechanical sensors programme manager
Clara Osorio Tamayo
CAT 3.3: Diamond based quantum sensing


Robert Spreeuw
Principal Investigator
Ananya Sitaram
Postdoc QDNL Quantum Sensing Testbed
Francesca Famà
PhD, iqClock & QDNL project
Alex Urec
PhD, SrMic, QSC & QDNL projects
Sheng Zho
PhD, iqClock & QDNL project
Ivo Knottnerus
PhD, SrMic & QDNL project
Camila Beli Silva
PhD, iqClock, MoSaiQC & QDNL project
Yu Chih Tseng
PhD, SrMic, QDNL project
PhD, RbSr


eternal matter waves

Amsterdam physicists build an atom laser that can stay on forever

The University of Amsterdam announced that Amsterdam physicists succeeded to build an atom laser that can stay on forever.

Go to article


At Quantum Delta NL, we animate our mission through distinct Catalyst programmes and Action Lines – decisive initiatives designed to seize opportunities in quantum, each defined by well-articulated goals, aspirations, and strategies. 

Explore the programme

Get in touch with

Philippe Bouyerp.bouyer@uva.nl

We collect stories from extraordinary people within the Quantum community, don't miss out on these.

Subscribe to stay in the loop
©2023 QDNL. All rights reserved.