The MQV atoms Team is


We have open positions for physicists as well as electronic, mechanical, and software engineers to help us build a quantum computer based on strontium atoms trapped in optical lattices! Check out the JOBS page for more information.

brought his experience with strontium atomic clocks and high-resolution imaging of fermions to MPQ and started the strontium lab in April 2015. Over the last six years, Sebastian and his team developed one of the foundational technologies for MQV Atoms: large mode-volume optical resonators that allow scaling our quantum computers to tens of thousands of qubits.

has started a new strontium experiment targeted at quantum simulation with Rydberg atoms. During his PhD, he worked with Rubidium Rydberg atoms at MPQ. For his Postdoc, he went to UC Berkeley to work with Dan Stamper-Kurn on tweezer arrays in a high-finesse optical cavity.

is the director of the Quantum Many Body Physics division at the Max-Planck-Institute for Quantum Optics and leads the Quantum Optics Group in the Physics Department at Ludwig-Maximilians-Universit√§t M√ľnchen.