David Haviland at KTH is taking the initiative to coordinate the national quantum technology infrastructure. Tönu Pullerits is coordinating the Lund infrastructure on Quantum Technology.
Continuous wave lasers, cryostats, high precision cavities and software for coherent control and spectral tailoring in rare earth crystals. This equipment is unique, but similar systems have been developed at a few places around the world.
The Quantum Information Group resources is a part of the Quantum Technology infrastructure at Lund University.
This is equipment for controlling quantum mechanical wave functions and interactions in long-coherence-time-solids at cryogenic temperatures.
All data is generated and stored locally.
The infrastructure is managed by the Quantum Information Group.