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The Second Quantum Revolution is unfolding now, exploiting the enormous advancements in our ability to detect and manipulate single quantum objects. The Quantum Flagship is driving this revolution in Europe.

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  • World’s first link layer protocol brings quantum internet closer to a reality

    Researchers from QuTech have achieved a world’s first in quantum internet technology. A team led by Professor Stephanie Wehner has developed a so-called link layer protocol that brings the phenomenon of ‘quantum entanglement’ from a physics experiment towards a real world quantum network. This brings closer the day when quantum internet can become a reality, delivering applications that are impossible to achieve using a ‘classical’ internet. The work was published recently at ACM SIGCOMM.

  • Registration open - Quantum Flagship event “Exploring and Making Quantum Technology”

    On July 1st 2019, and for the remaining of 2019, Finland took over the Presidency of the Council of the European Union. As part of its institutional and scientific agenda, on October 17-18th it will be hosting the Finnish Presidency-Quantum Flagship event entitled “Exploring and Making Quantum Technology”.

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The Second Quantum Revolution

Quantum Technologies make use of our ability to detect and manipulate single quantum objects, such as atoms, photons or electrons.
Video by Helmholtz Association of German Research Centers, CC-BY 4.0

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  • Did you know?

    You are using Quantum Technologies every day.

    Whenever you use a navigation system, you rely on precise timing of atomic clocks, that are on board of every GPS satellite.

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    Quantum Communication helps protecting your data.

    Exploiting fundamental principles of nature, we can achieve the most secure form of communication, resilient against eaves-dropping.

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    Quantum Sensors will measure brain activity.

    Miniature magnetic quantum sensors can measure brain activity for medical diagnosis or for controlling devices by thought.

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    Quantum Computers will help optimizing traffic.

    Future quantum computers could be able to determine the best routes of all cars in a city simultaneously to reduce traffic jams.

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    Quantum Simulators will advance chemistry.

    For example, they will help to understand the catalytic process in fertilizer production and thus reduce its energy consumption.

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About the
Quantum Flagship

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.

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