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Laboratory of Nano and Quantum Engineering

The Laboratory of Nano and Quantum Engineering (LNQE) is an interdisciplinary research center for nanotechnology of the University of Hanover in Germany. It was an interdisciplinary research center of the Leibniz Universität Hannover in the field of nanotechnology. Substantive goals are both excellent basic research as well as application-oriented engineering at the nano scale accompanied by appropriate cross-disciplinary training. The LNQE comprises 27 research groups from physics, chemistry and engineering of the Leibniz University of Hanover. It is led at least by an executive board of four members which nominate a speaker from their middle. The executive board is supported by the LNQE-Office. Its substantive objectives are to conduct excellent basic research as well as application-oriented engineering at the nanoscale, accompanied by appropriate cross-disciplinary training. In most cases, nanotechnology projects can only be realised successfully in collaboration with different subject areas. This interdisciplinary approach is pursued at LNQE. A total of 27 working groups from the fields of physics, chemistry and engineering currently operate at LNQE. Nano engineering is the engineering on the nanoscale, i.e., the selective artificial fabrication of nanotechnology structures such as tiny transistors on computer chips. With nano engineering the closely related term quantum engineering aims to produce and manipulate a defined quantum state, such as the realization of a Bose-Einstein condensate or an electronic device with adjusted electron spin. The size of such systems is also often in the nanometer range. The scientific building has 430 m2 of chemical, measurement and laser laboratories. 410 m2 are a research clean room and 509 m2 are workrooms for 44 staff members. The departemnts included are Architecture and Landscape Sciences, Civil Engineering and Geodetic Science, Economics and Management, Electrical Engineering and Computer Science, Humanities, Law, Mathematics and Physics, Mechanical Engineering and Natural Sciences

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