PIEDMONS Portable Ion Entangling Devices for Mobile-Oriented Next-generation Semiconductor-technologies

Towards industrial quantum technologies

Supercharging quantum devices

Within PIEDMONS we work on breakthrough innovations for the next generation quantum devices:

Fabricate ion-traps using large scale, low-cost semiconductor  technologies.

Develop a novel quantum secured electronic architecture.

With INFINEON Technologies, world leader in MEMS semiconductors, and two leading edge Universities in the field of Quantum computing (University of Innsbruck and ETH Zürich), we design, implement, and find first applications for the basic building blocks of quantum devices. Thanks to the experience of a high-tech enterprise (Interactive Fully Electrical Vehicles SR)  we aim to discover first applications of these technologies.

Industrial Strength & academic ideas

The practical implementation of quantum technologies will require intense cooperation between academic research and industrial technology. The transfer from academic ideas to real-world applications is highly accelerated and the industrial manufacturing capabilities are unmatched  in academic environments.

PIEDMONS creates close ties between academia and industry and will thereby serve as a condensation point for future collaborations.

Producing ion traps

We produce ion traps in the production facilities at INFINEON Technologies. These devices are designed in a tight collaboration with the academic partners that have decades of ion-trapping experience. The traps will serve as the basis for several quantum computing, clock and sensing applications.

The industrially established production process will allow us to produce ion traps with unprecedented quality at an affordable price point.

 

Quantum computing for Europe

PIEDMONS will establish the baseline of new scientific and technological research and future uses, and will thus strengthen the European leadership for quantum technologies.

Quantum computing addresses several of society’s major challenges. For example, quantum computing might enable simulation of complex molecules dynamics, thus contributing to the design of novel materials in several domains including agriculture, energy, transportation etc.

PIEDMONS Portable Ion Entangling Devices for Mobile-Oriented Next-generation Semiconductor-technologies

Towards industrial quantum technologies

Supercharging quantum devices

Within PIEDMONS we work on breakthrough innovations for the next generation quantum devices:

Fabricate ion-traps using large scale, low-cost semiconductor  technologies.

Develop a novel quantum secured electronic architecture.

With INFINEON Technologies, world leader in MEMS semiconductors, and two leading edge Universities in the field of Quantum computing (University of Innsbruck and ETH Zürich), we design, implement, and find first applications for the basic building blocks of quantum devices. Thanks to the experience of a high-tech enterprise (Interactive Fully Electrical Vehicles SR)  we aim to discover first applications of these technologies.

Industrial Strength & academic ideas

The practical implementation of quantum technologies will require intense cooperation between academic research and industrial technology. The transfer from academic ideas to real-world applications is highly accelerated and the industrial manufacturing capabilities are unmatched  in academic environments.

PIEDMONS creates close ties between academia and industry and will thereby serve as a condensation point for future collaborations.

Producing ion traps

We produce ion traps in the production facilities at INFINEON Technologies. These devices are designed in a tight collaboration with the academic partners that have decades of ion-trapping experience. The traps will serve as the basis for several quantum computing, clock and sensing applications.

The industrially established production process will allow us to produce ion traps with unprecedented quality at an affordable price point.

 

Quantum computing for Europe

PIEDMONS will establish the baseline of new scientific and technological research and future uses, and will thus strengthen the European leadership for quantum technologies.

Quantum computing addresses several of society’s major challenges. For example, quantum computing might enable simulation of complex molecules dynamics, thus contributing to the design of novel materials in several domains including agriculture, energy, transportation etc.

PIEDMONS Portable Ion Entangling Devices for Mobile-Oriented Next-generation Semiconductor-technologies