The hub in Twente is set up around the Quant centre of the MESA+ Institute because of the strong ambition to gear nanotechnology towards the second quantum revolution. The technology focus is on nanotechnology for quantum applications, in particular quantum photonics and quantum electronics.
With the largest academic cleanroom in the Netherlands, Twente is a breeding ground for technological innovations and novel ideas in the field of quantum chips, and quantum simulators. Industrial, governmental, and academic partners come to Twente for the technological implementation of materials and nanodevices for electronic and optical quantum chips.
Besides its close association with the University of Twente, the hub works with various partners in the private sector, start-ups, and scale-ups. The Twente hub also pursues close cooperation with a range of academic partners in the Netherlands and abroad like universities in Delft, Eindhoven, Amsterdam, Utrecht, Paderborn, Muenster, Shanghai, Edinburgh, Oxford, and more. The University of Twente, Saxion Hogescholen, and ROC van Twente also collaborate closely on the QTLC-T.
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