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Quantum Navigation

Quantum Navigation

ACTIVITIES

  • Development of atomic sensors for the application in navigation
  • Sensor fusion concepts between classical and quantum sensors
  • Simulations enabling tracking of platform trajectories

COMPETENCES/SERVICES

  • Vibration noise analysis/cancelation
  • Compact quantum sensors
  • Opto-mechanical sensor design readout (with external partners)
Involved QF Members
Members Institution Relevant Expertise
Sven Abend, LeaderLUH Quantum Gravimeters
Alexander KassnerLUHAtom-Chip Based Gravimeters and Inertial Sensors
Christian SchubertLUHAtom-Chip Based Gravimeters and Inertial Sensors
Ernst M. RaselLUHQuantum Gravimeters; Atom-Chip Based Gravimeters and Inertial Sensors
Marc Christopher WurzLUHDevelopment of compact vacuum pumps, pressure measurement devices and miniaturized Rb sources; Atom-Chip Based Gravimeters and Inertial Sensors
Steffen SchönLUHGNSS based frequency transfer towards relativistic geodesy
Claus LämmerzahlZARMQuantum Sensors in Free Fall; Relativistic Geodesy; Quantum Objects in Gravity
Dennis Schlippert LUH
Waldemar Herr LUH
Yueyang Zou LUH
Ashwin Rajagopalan LUH
Mouine Abidi LUH
Philipp Barbey LUH
Hendrik Heine LUH
Matthias Gersemann LUH
Maike Lachmann LUH
Sebastian Bode LUH
Knut Stolzenberg LUH
Alexander Herbst LUH
Benjamin Tennstedt LUH
Nicolai Weddig LUH
Martina Gebbe ZARM
Dennis Philipp ZARM
Christian Pfeifer ZARM
Christian Vogt ZARM
Sven HerrmannZARM
Christoph KünzlerLUH