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French Presidency event "Quantum Ambitions"

Published on January 25th, 2022
French Presidency event

In its Digital Compass 2030, presented last March, the European Commission presented a vision and avenues for Europe’s digital transformation by 2030, with very ambitious objectives to be achieved jointly by the Union and its Member States.

At a time when the Council and the European Parliament are discussing the EU’s action programme for the digital decade, on February 21st of 2022, the French Presidency event “Quantum Ambitions” conference will present and discuss European and national initiatives in this field to build a European ambition: to meet scientific and technological challenges, to structure innovative ecosystems, to train and retain future talent, and to develop markets and uses.

The event will bring together EU and national authorities, representatives of the scientific and technological community and industry from all over Europe.

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