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Q-NET partners

The Q-NET consortium includes 9 partners from 8 countries in total. There are 8 full partners, of which 1 is of the private sector, and 1 private sector associated partner.

Participant

Private sector

Country

Legal entity name

Department / Division / Laboratory

Scientist-in-charge

Full network partners (beneficiaries)

UJF

 

France

Université Joseph Fourier, Grenoble

Institut Néel and LPMMC
http://neel.cnrs.fr
http://lpm2c.grenoble.cnrs.fr

ujf
neel translpmmc

H. Courtois

AALTO

 

Finland

Aalto University , Espoo

Low Temperature Laboratory
http://lounasmaalab.aalto.fi/en/

aalto

J. P. Pekola

NEST

 

Italy

NEST CNR-INFM, Pisa

http://www.sns.it/en/ricerca/scienze/fisica/nest

nanonest

F. Giazotto

ATTO

X

Germany

Attocube systems, München

http://www.attocube.com

attocube

K. Karrai

LEEDS

 

United Kingdom

University of Leeds

School of Physics & Astro-nomy
http://www.stoner.leeds.ac.uk/

leeds

C. H. Marrows

ETH

 

Switzerland

ETH Zürich

Laboratory for Solid State Physics
http://www.nanophys.ethz.ch

ETH

K. Ensslin

CTH

 

Sweden

Chalmers University, Göteborg

Microtechnology and Nanoscience
http://www.chalmers.se/en/departments/mc2/laboratories/Pages/default.aspx

T. Bauch

NGU

 

Spain

NanoGUNE

http://www.nanogune.eu/nanodevices

logo

L. E. Hueso

Associated partners

AIVON

X

Finland

Aivon

http://www.aivon.fi

aivon

J. Penttilä

 

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