Quantum Technology

Exploiting the quantised nature of matter enables a range of exciting new technologies, such as quantum computing, communications, new forms of cryptography and sensing. Quantum devices require low surface roughness, as roughness directly correlates with increased photonic losses that translate into sensitivity losses.

Atomic Force Microscopy is the only characterization tool that can measure the low surface roughness required for quantum device fabrication, furthermore AFM is ideal for characterizing low dimensional structures such as quantum dots and nanowires.

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