TEQ on the EU Innovation Radar
The TEQ team is delighted to announce that three of the innovations developed in the project have been analysed by the European Commission's Innovation Radar and published on the European Commission's Innovation Radar platform joining the 3600+ EU-funded innovations already showcased on the platform.
The innovations are:
- Spectroscopy and characterisation of an isolated single particle held in vacuum (University College London and University of Southampton);
- Nanoparticles emitting in the near-infrared with high quantum yield for e.g. luminescent solar concentrators (Technische Universiteit Delft);
- Low-noise digitally controlled DC-voltage source for high-precision (quantum) technologies like trap based quantum technologies or charged particle optics (INFN and Aarhus University).
Detailed information of TEQ's innovations can be found here.