The only technology to provide a relative frequency stability better than 1x10-15 for integration times ranging from 1 s to 104 s (about 6x10-15 on the day). Uliss does not require the boring and especially expensive use of liquid helium. As demonstrated by the implementation of our first prototype in the new Deep Space Network Station of ESA, in Malargüe (Argentina), our technology is able to answering the most demanding applications.

February, 2015

Uliss moved to the SYRTE laboratory (SYstèmes de Référence Temps Espace, Observatoire de Paris, Paris, France) for a two-month measurement campaign.

June, 24-26, 2014

Uliss moved to the European Frequency and Time Forum (EFTF) in Neuchâtel (Switzerland)

March, 2014

Uliss moved to the Centre National d'Etudes Spaciales (CNES, Toulouse, France) for a two-month measurement campaign.

August, 2013

Uliss moved to the Wettzell Observatory (Germany), in order to check the large laser gyroscope system located in the observatory. VLBI campaign with Onsala Space Laboratory (Sweden) is planned later.

July, 2013

Uliss moved to the 2013 joint UFFC, EFTF and PFM Symposium held in Prague (Czech Republic).

The ULISS project has been officially launched the 1st of March 2011. Two well skilled young scientists have been hired by the UFC- Business Unit. The project is founded by FEDER, Conseil Régional de Franche-Comté and OSEO