Meet the QuantaMap team

Johannes Jobst (CEO) Kaveh Lahabi Milan P Allan Jimi de Haan
Johannes Jobst
Founder, CEO
Kaveh Lahabi
Milan P Allan
Jimi de Haan
Founder, Engineer
Luigi Mastrodomenico Daan Boltje Dalal Benali Julius van Valkengoed
Luigi Mastrodomenico
Microscope Designer
Daan Boltje
System Architect
Dalal Benali
Nanofab engineer
Julius van Valkengoed
Electronics intern
Francesca Pagano Jelil Belheine Haotian Wang Ishan Pahwa
Francesca Pagano
Data analysis intern
Jelil Belheine
Microscopy intern
Haotian Wang
Data analysis intern
Ishan Pahwa
Data scientist

Our team is motivated to solve hard problems that do not have solutions yet. We believe that our technology will have a major impact on the quantum industry, and will also have applications in different fields in science and emerging technology. We are a team of eight nationalities and are committed to diversity and work to build an inclusive environment where everyone can thrive.

Our mission and our technology

At Quantamap, we are developing cutting-edge tools for metrology and defect inspection for quantum chips and other quantum hardware.

We concluded that one of the major road-blocks of quantum computing is that when chips do not work as well as they should (they often don’t), there is no way to find out which component failed, and how to improve the production processes.

We believe that our novel microscope, based on SQUID-on-tip, can solve the diagnostics challenge and help enable the quantum revolution.


  • March 2024: our team has grown to 5 full-time engineers and 2 interns
  • February2024: We move to our new offices at BioPartner
  • December 2023: We receive the Take Off 2 loan
  • November 2023: We receive the MIT R&D grant with Orange Quantum Systems
  • October 2023: We obtain a convertible loan from QDNL Participations
  • April 2023: Our project for the QDNL SME call (worth more than 1MEuro) is sucessful, with partners QuantWare, Leiden University, QDNL
  • November 2022: We win a TakeOff 1 feasibility grant
  • November 2022: QuantaMap is founded!