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CCQ is a Centre of Excellence funded by the Danish National Research Foundation. The Center hosts five groups at Aarhus University, who develop theory and experiments to investigate, control and harness the dynamics and collective quantum states of interacting atoms and light.


02.10.2020 | CCQ

Do light Dark Bosons exist?

Very light and feebly interacting bosons could potentially contribute significantly to the dark matter sector of our universe without being detectable at high-energy collider experiments. The CCQ group headed by Prof. Michael Drewsen has in a collaboration with researchers from the University of New South Wales in Sydney and Fermilab/University of…

31.08.2020 | CCQ

CCQ website goes online

1 September marks day one of CCQ.

31.08.2020 | CCQ

Open PhD and postdoc positions

We are constantly looking for enthusiastic candidates for PhD and postdoc positions with a strong interest in experimental and/or theoretical quantum science.

ons 09 dec
10:00-11:00 | 1525-626 - Det Skæve Rum
CCQ/CQOM Seminars
ons 16 dec
11:30-12:30 | 1525-626 - Det Skæve Rum
CCQ Lunch Meeting
Speaker: Emilie Hindbo Clausen, Title: tba