TUM Venture Lab Quantum supports start-ups in their early stages, providing comprehensive assistance and access to state-of-the-art infrastructure. We also offer a network of experts in quantum computing, quantum sensing, chip design, and more. Our focus on cutting-edge technology domains allows us to provide tailored resources and guidance. Our goal is to empower start-ups to create breakthrough technologies and make a significant impact. Join us if you are focusing on:
- Quantum 2.0: Computing, Sensing, Communication & Materials
- Deep Physics: Photonics, Nanotechnology and all other technological innovation based on the newest discoveries about our physical world
- Silicon: Chip Design, RISC-V and disruptive technologies for the semiconductor industry
Teams we work with
Check-out some inspiring examples of great people, teams & technologies we had and have the pleasure to work with!
Our education offers
You want to learn how to build and scale a deep tech start-up? How to find applications and business ideas for a technology you are passionate about? Or you want to deep-dive further into the worlds of quantum technology and chip design? Join our educational offerings and learn from our experts!
The Venture Lab Quantum is offering office space at the TUM campus in Garching and will open soon a bigger space directly in Garching. Whether you are a start-up, an entrepreneur, or a small business owner, we have the ideal space for you. Work alongside entrepreneurs from the quantum field. Contact us today to learn more about our available office spaces and how we can help your business to thrive.
Meet our domain experts, which will work closely with you, and our advisors, which are supporting us on the journey.
Feel free to contact us directly if you have a question, or if you want to start an exchange.
Prof. Stefan Filipp
Prof. Ulf Schlichtmann
Sponsors & Core Partners
Semiconductors are the bedrock of our technological achievements and their significance is poised to grow even further in the future. With an escalating demand for production and design in Europe, Munich emerges as a promising hub for pioneering breakthrough developments.
On one hand, new systems continue to push the boundaries of what is possible, while on the other hand, chip design is progressively evolving into a highly intricate process. This dynamic landscape presents ample opportunities for innovation. The advent of the new and open standard instruction set architecture, RISC-V, has significantly lowered the barriers to entry for creating your own System-on-a-Chip (SoC). As we forge ahead in chip design innovation, the need for enhanced tools becomes even more pronounced.
Join us in harnessing the power of your research to establish a thriving start-up, or if you require support in bringing your Silicon idea to fruition.