Join our working groups

Published on March 29th, 2018

The Quantum Flagship is looking for candidates to participate in working groups on the Strategic Research Agenda (SRA) and Innovation.

The two working groups shall provide a framework for interaction and coordination with the scientific branches of the research community as well as with industry and RTO.

The proposed structure of the SRA-WG follows that of the Quantum Flagship, consisting of sub-committees in all areas:

  1. Communication
  2. Computation
  3. Simulation
  4. Sensing and Metrology
  5. Engineering and Control
  6. Software and Theory
  7. Basic Science

The Innovation Working Group is seeking academic and industrial partners who are willing to contribute to the following tasks:

  1. Connect with existing trade or professional associations, European Technology Platforms, ERANets in related areas.

  2. Workshops with sessions devoted to applications.

  3. Connect potential start-up creators with business incubators / accelerators / innovation boot camps / venture capital that could provide them with coaching / consultation.

  4. Connect European technology/ nanofabrication and nano-manipulation platforms amongst each other and with Start-ups and SME with the aim of facilitating access.

  5. Develop criteria / methodology for identifying use-cases.

Applications or suggestions for the SRA-WG should be addressed to Rob Thew and the Innovation WG to Thierry Debuisschert.



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