Advanced Quantum Technologies – From Fundamental Quantum Science to Future-Oriented Technological Applications

Welcome to our journal Advanced Quantum Technologies, the newest member of the Advanced family.

Following the success of Advanced Materials and our top Open Access journal Advanced Science (Impact Factors of 19.791 and 9.034, respectively, as per 2017 Journal Citation Reports), Advanced Quantum Technologies (QUTE) is an international, interdisciplinary journal for high-quality, high-impact fundamental and applied research in the fields of quantum computation and simulation, quantum information and control, quantum metrology and sensing, quantum optics, as well as related areas such as nanophotonics, quasiparticle excitations, topological materials, superconductors, micro- and nano-electromechanical systems, ultracold atoms and others.

Our readership includes physicists, engineers, mathematicians, materials and computer scientists in academia, research and industry. The experienced editorial team based at the Wiley offices in Berlin, Beijing and Hoboken is supported by an international Editorial Advisory Board currently comprised of 43 members.

Articles can be submitted for consideration using our online submission system: http://www.editorialmanager.com/advquantumtech

For more information, please visit the Wiley Online Library, or contact the editorial office: [email protected]

Keywords:

Bose-Einstein condensation
Casimir forces
cavity quantum electrodynamics
cellular automata
coherence
complex quantum systems
decoherence
defects
diamond
Dirac fermions
Dirac semimetals
electronic states
entangled quantum states
entanglement
error correction
graph states
heavy fermions
hybrid quantum systems
impurities
industrial applications
interferometry
laser cooling
machine learning
magnetic resonance imaging
Majorana fermions
Majorana states
many-body phenomena
metrology
micro-electromechanical systems
molecular electronics
Moore’s Law
nano-electromechanical systems
nanoelectronics
nanophotonics
nanotechnology
near-field optics
optical antennas
optical cavities
optical cooling
optical trapping
optoelectronics
optomechanics
photonics
plasmonics
quantum algorithms
quantum amplification
quantum annealing
quantum-assisted optimization
quantum atomic clocks
quantum biology
quantum bits
quantum channels
quantum chaos
quantum chemistry
quantum circuits
quantum communication
quantum computation
quantum computers
quantum control
quantum criticality
quantum cryptography
quantum devices
quantum dots
quantum dynamics
quantum electronics
quantum emitters
quantum engineering
quantum entanglement
quantum error correction
quantum Hall effect
quantum imaging
quantum information
quantum information processing
quantum information theory
quantum interference
quantum Internet
quantum key distribution
quantum lithography
quantum machines
quantum magnetometry
Quantum Manifesto
quantum matter
quantum measurement
quantum mechanics
quantum memory
quantum metamaterials
quantum metrology
quantum mind
quantum nanophotonics
quantum networks
quantum optics
quantum phase transitions
quantum photonics
quantum physics
quantum plasmonics
quantum random number generators
quantum repeaters
quantum revolution
quantum sampling
quantum science
quantum sensing
quantum sensors
quantum simulation
quantum spin Hall effect
quantum state engineering
quantum states
quantum steering
quantum supremacy
quantum systems
quantum technology
quantum teleportation
quantum theory
quantum thermodynamics
quantum Web
quasiparticles
qubits
relativistic quantum information
secure communication
semiconductor nanowires
silicon
silicon carbide
simulations
single photon detection
single photon sources
solid state quantum information
solid state qubits
spin qubits
spin squeezing
spintronics
strongly correlated systems
superconducting circuits
superconducting resonators
superconductivity
superconductors
supercurrents
superfluidity
superposition
theory
topological insulators
topological materials
topological quantum computation
topological quantum states
trapped atoms
trapped ions
ultracold atoms
ultracold Fermi gases
uncertainty relation
unconventional superconductors
vacancies
valley carrier dynamics
Weyl fermions
Weyl semimetals
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