The Partners



A key development in quantum technologies has been the discovery of the unique quantum properties of individual nitrogen-vacancy defects (NV centers) in diamonds. Owing to the stiffness of the diamond lattice, the electron spin of individual NV centers can be initialized and detected by laser light, and manipulated with microwaves. NVision applys these remarkable features for revolutionizing sensing and imaging applications.


Fraunhofer IAF

Fraunhofer IAF is an expert for mono- and polycrystalline diamond for use in electronic and optical devices as well as quantum sensors. This includes the production of high-purity and selectively doped diamond layers as well as the generation of NV centers. Furthermore, we possess extensive know-how in processes for further processing of the diamond.


Bruker Corporation

With nearly $2 billion in revenues and more than 6,000 employees worldwide, Bruker Corporation (NASDAQ: BRKR) is a global manufacturer of high-end analytical instruments used within the academic & government, pharma/biotech, clinical diagnostic, and industrial markets. Some of Bruker’s products include:

  • magnetic technologies
  • spectroscopy and spectrometers
  • atomic force microscopy
  • diagnostic products
  • and X-ray technologie

Element Six

The A De Beers Group company is a global leader in the design, development and production of manufactured synthetic diamond and other supermaterials such as cubic boron nitride (CBN) and tungsten carbide. Its single crystal and polycrystalline diamond products are suitable for a range of applications such as:

  • optics
  • power transmission
  • water treatment
  • semi-conductors and sensors

Hebrew University of Jerusalem

Israel’s premier university includes the Quantum Information Science Center (QISC), which supports basic quantum research, and provides a platform for communications and interactions with leading researchers, such as Dorit Aharonov, Ronnie Kosloff and Nir Keren. In addition, the university boasts a cutting-edge nanofabrication and nano-characterization facility, enabling state-of-the-art device fabrication with world-leading equipment.


Technical University of Munich

The TUM represents one of the top German universities and offers a unique interdisciplinary and excellent research platform. The Experts at TUM characterize and validate imaging biomarkers. Essential characteristics of this area are the:

  • development of physical methods
  • chemical characterization
  • synthesis of molecular sensors
  • investigation of research questions

Swiss Federal Institute of Technology

The Institute for Biomedical Engineering (IBT) and its CMR group have developed novel methods for MRI activities, Especially the application to the cardiovascular system in the experimental and clinical setting is an important goal.

  • flow quantification
  • perfusion imaging
  • cardiac spectroscopy
  • hyperpolarization technology