The first call of the flagship (for the years 2018-2020) has ended: A total of 140 proposals for Research and Innovation Actions have been submitted.
The proposals are distributed over the five sub-topics as follows:
|Research field||Number of proposals|
|Quantum Communication projects||12|
|Quantum Computing System projects||10|
|Quantum Simulation projects||7|
|Quantum Metrology and Sensing projects||24|
|Fundamental Science projects||87|
The projects will be peer-reviewed and the decision about the funding is expected to be made in late summer 2018.
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July 18th, 2022
Call for proposals to organise the next EQTC conference 2023
In 2023, a major interdisciplinary, international conference on quantum technologies will be organized in the second semester of 2023. The conference programme will reflect the scope and impact of the European Quantum Flagship with a shared focus on the emerging quantum industry and ongoing quantum research and development.
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A boost in performances in fibre-integrated quantum memories
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Consolidating the Course of Quantum Technologies
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