In the quantum world, the very smallest scale of existence, being the largest object should hardly pose a challenge. However, complying with normal laws in this minute world at the same time is virtually impossible. Yet, Prof. Eva Weig and her team of researchers are striving to do exactly that – by creating mechanical quantum sensors large enough to be visible under an electron microscope. One day, these sensors could become vital components in a new quantum technology. Sparked your interest? Click here to download the entire magazine. And here for the German version.
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The World's Largest Quantum Objects - TUM Research Highlights 2023