Excellence in Quantum Computing and Quantum Coherence

The Basel QC2 Center focuses its research on quantum science and quantum technology that is closely related to  quantum computing and quantum coherence effects in condensed matter systems. Of particular current interests are quantum spintronics (e.g. spin qubits, magnetic nanowires, spin orbit systems, etc.), quantum transport in nanostructures, topological quantum matter in semiconductors and superconducting systems (e.g. Majorana- and Para-fermions), superconducting devices, STM/AFM approaches, quantum optics and NV centers, optomechanics, quantum phononics, electronic and magnonic topological insulators, hybrid solid-state and AMO systems, trapped ions, etc. The QC2 Center was established in 2005 and comprises research groups in theoretical and experimental quantum condensed matter physics at the University of Basel, Switzerland. The center is thematically closely connected to the Swiss Nanoscience Institute (SNI) and to the  NCCR Quantum Science and Technology (with ETH Zurich leading and University of Basel co-leading house), and draws its major funding from the Swiss National Science Foundation and from many European programs including numerous ERC grants at all levels.


Learn more about our research groups and themes!

Our research covers a wide range of theoretical and experimental aspects of quantum science and quantum technology.


Get to know the members of our team and their research!

Our center hosts all PIs and their groups working at the University of Basel in the field of theoretical and experimental quantum condensed matter physics.

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We are constantly looking for talented new members!

Contact our members to learn more about opportunities to join our research projects! Excellent programs for PhD and Postdoc candidates!

News & Events

There are a lot of interesting things happening at our center!

Find out about recent developments, awards, interesting publications, upcoming events! Several specialized seminars and colloquia are held regularly at the University of Basel.

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