The "Vienna Center for Quantum Science and Technology" is a joint initiative of the University of Vienna, the Vienna University of Technology, and the Austrian Academy of Sciences, which unites quantum physicists of Vienna's research institutions in one collaborative center. The VCQ will set new impulses for research and teaching through its unique spectrum of research topics - from fundamental quantum physics to novel quantum technologies.
The research team around Anton Zeilinger has succeeded in breaking two novel records while experimenting with so-called twisted particles of light. In one experiment, the scientists could show that the twist of light ... [more]
A paper by Miguel Navascues in “Investigación y Ciencia”, the Spanish edition of Scientific American
Supraquantum theories - Is quantum mechanics a fundamental theory? [more]
In 2015, three independent experiments, performed at TU Delft (the Netherlands), IQOQI Vienna (Austria), and NIST Boulder (USA), proved that nature is at variance with “local realism”. Albert Einstein called this ... [more]
Prestigious Berthold Leibinger Innovationspreis has been awarded to VCQ-researchers [more]