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QUEEN

Quantum technologies for the application on a nanosatellite
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Within the cooperation project QUEEN, the Humboldt-Universität zu Berlin (HUB), Technische Universität Berlin (TUB) as well as the Ferdinand-Braun-Institut, Leibniz-Institut für Höchstfrequenztechnik (FBH) are analysing optical quantum technologies regarding their usability in space within a nanosatellite mission.

Regarding the payload, the focus is on microintegrated diode laser systems as well as electro-optical components as part of optical frequency reference units. Another objective is the analysis and definition of a nanosatellite platform to support the application of these technologies in space.

Such quantum technologies offer the potential of improved SWaP budgets and could therefore help to reduce size and cost of future space missions by replacing currently applied technologies.

Link to the QUEEN project page of the Humboldt Universität zu Berlin

References

Barschke, Merlin F. (2018). Small satellite development at Technische Universität Berlin and the technology demonstration mission QUEEN. presentation at From Quantum to KOSMOS - Optical Quantum Technologies for Small Satellites


Dinkelaker, Aline N.; Christopher, Heike; Brandt, Doreen; Werner, Philipp; Bartholomäus, Julian; Barschke, Merlin F. and Krutzik, Markus (2018). QUEEN: Design Study for Optical Frequency References on Small Satellites. presentation at the 82th Annual Meeting of DPG and DPG Spring Meeting of the Atomic, Molecular, Plasma Physics and Quantum Optics Section (SAMOP)


Dinkelaker, Aline N.; Barschke, Merlin F.; Bawamia, Ahmad; Schkolnik, Vladimir; Döringshoff, Klaus; Schiemangk, Max; Brieß, Klaus; Wicht, Andreas; Krutzik, Markus and Peters, Achim (2016). Towards diode laser systems for optical metrology on nanosatellites. presentation at the QTspace Conference


Konaka, Mina; Haces Crespo, Juan M.; Bartholomäus, Julian; Dinkelaker, Aline N.; Bawamia, Ahmad; Krutzik and Markus and Barschke, Merlin F. (2019). Preliminary thermal design for the small satellite mission QUEEN, carrying an optical atomic frequency reference. Proceedings of the 9th Nano-Satellite Symposium


Barschke, Merlin F. (2019). A modular platform architecture to enable system level scalability. Proceedings of the 12th IAA Symposium on Small Satellites for Earth Observation


Gordon, Karsten; Starke, Mario; von Keiser, Philip and Barschke, Merlin F. (2019). Multi-mission software development for small spacecraft. Proceedings of the 12th IAA Symposium on Small Satellites for Earth Observation


Dinkelaker, Aline N.; Kaparthy, Akash; Reher, Sven E.; Bawamia, Ahmad; Kürbis, Christian; Smol, Robert; Christopher, Heike; Wicht, Andreas; Werner, Philipp; Bartholomäus, Julian; Rotter, Sven; Jördens, Robert; Barschke, Merlin F. and Krutzik, Markus (2019). Optical quantum technologies for compact rubidium vapor-cell frequency standards in space using small satellites. Journal of the British Interplanetary Society, 74-82.


Dinkelaker, Aline N.; Kaparthy, Akash; Reher, Sven; Bawamia, Ahmad; Kürbis, Christian; Smol, Robert; Christophe, Heike; Wicht, Andreas; Werner, Philipp; Bartholomäus, Julian; Rotter, Sven; Jördens, Robert; Barschke, Merlin F. and Krutzik, Markus (2018). Optical quantum technologies for compact rubidium vapor-cell frequency standards in space using small satellites. Proceedings of the 6th Reinventing Space conference


Barschke, Merlin F.; Dinkelaker, Aline N.; Bartholomäus, Julian, Werner, Philipp; Christopher, Heike and Krutzik, Markus (2017). Optical quantum technology in space using small satellites. Proceedings of the 68th International Astronautical Congress


Barschke, Merlin F. and Brieß, Klaus (2017). Nanosatellite development at Technische Universität Berlin: Current status and perspective. presentation at the 66th German Aerospace Congress


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Chair of Space Technology

Prof. Dr.-Ing. Klaus Brieß
+49 30 314-21339
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Grant No.:

50 WM 1754 and 50 RU 1801