Quantum Industry Day 2020
The Quantum Industry Day gathers academic and industrial R&D to foster exchange and accelerate the development of new quantum products.
Quantum Technologies make use of our ability to detect and manipulate single quantum objects, such as atoms, photons or electrons.
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Whenever you use a navigation system, you rely on precise timing of atomic clocks, that are on board of every GPS satellite.Learn More
Exploiting fundamental principles of nature, we can achieve the most secure form of communication, resilient against eaves-dropping.Learn more
Miniature magnetic quantum sensors can measure brain activity for medical diagnosis or for controlling devices by thought.Learn More
Future quantum computers could be able to determine the best routes of all cars in a city simultaneously to reduce traffic jams.Learn more
For example, they will help to understand the catalytic process in fertilizer production and thus reduce its energy consumption.Learn more
One of Europe’s largest research and innovation initiatives bringing together scientists and engineers from academia and industry, as well as future users of Quantum Technologies.Learn More