The Center for
Quantum Nanoscience

QNS is laying the foundation for future technology by exploring the use of quantum behavior atom by atom on surfaces with highest precision. QNS is driven to discover and develops scientific tools to in order to create new frontiers in its area of basic science. Drawing on director Andreas Heinrich's scientific leadership, QNS has filled its world class facility at Ewha Womans University with ground-breaking tools and inquisitive minds immersed in a culture of exploration.

QNS enables the curiosity of young researchers as they embrace the risks, patience, and exacting work of basic research in quantum phenomena at the nano scale. We aim to build capacity of future quantum researchers in Korea as well as increase public understanding of quantum nanoscience. Director Heinrich and all team members at QNS respect and appreciate the opportunity IBS provides to support Korean leadership in the dawning Quantum Era.


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23mar5:00 pm6:00 pmColloquium: Lieven VandersypenDelft University of Technology5:00 pm - 6:00 pm KST ZOOM Application


The latest from Center for Quantum Nanoscience
Tackling quantum many-body states using an atomically precise, bottom-up approach

Tackling quantum many-body states using an atomically precise, bottom-up approach

Using the breakthrough ESR-STM technique, researchers from the IBS Center for Quantum Nanoscience in a US-based collaboration constructed quantum-mechanically coupled artificial spin chains to reveal their quantum many-body states, including the resonating valence bond state ...
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