Kirill Spasibko awarded second place at Quantum Future Award 2022

Q.ANTie Kirill Spasibko was acknowledged with the second place at Quantum Future Award 2022. Advertised by BMBF Bundesministerium für Bildung und Forschung, Kirill received the prize for his doctoral thesis about the parametric down-conversion, the most practical source of entangled photons, at high gain. The intention of the study-award is to honor outstanding scientific work with clear application relevance in the field of quantum technologies. With his expertise, Kirill essentially contributes to Q.ANTs developments in quantum computing and quantum sensing. The video of the award-ceremony is available on Youtube.

Latest News

Q.ANT Introduces Revolutionary Particle Sensor for Ceramics Production Imagine: a particle sensor that tracks size, speed, and distribution in real-time. No more waiting for lab [...]

In just two weeks, SPIE BiOS Expo 2024 kicks off, unveiling advancements in the biomedical optics industry. If you are attending, meet our team around [...]

A varied, international trade show schedule is in store for Q.ANT in 2024: these are the stops that we have planned for this year! Where [...]