New website unveiled for Quantum Systems and Devices
By: Rebecca Bond
Last updated: Wednesday, 16 March 2022
The Quantum Systems and Devices group, part of the University of Sussex has launched a brand new website.
The site brings together information on the group’s research strands with fresh images and videos alongside a comprehensive who’s who. It also features an extensive news and twitter feed showcasing the latest funding, research and publications.
Dr Fedja Orucevic, the group’s Lecturer in Experimental Physics said “Our new website is live! And we are proud to show off our wide-ranging quantum sensor developments and research. We have made the site to cater for both scientific and non-scientific audiences. That being said, we are aware things often require further explanation in this field. We are always happy to chat quantum so if you need more information and are curious about our work, please get in touch.”
Led by Professor Peter Kruger, the group’s research focuses on using ultracold and warm vapour atoms as quantum sensors for use on novel materials, electric vehicle battery development and biomedical imaging.
Take a virtual meander through the website to find out more about the Quantum Systems and Devices group’s fascinating research and news.