During the last few months, several papers from macQsimal researchers have been published in peer-reviewed scientific journals. One highlight is the paper by Jia Kong and co-workers (ICFO) in Nature Communications. In this work, they show that entanglement between atoms, a fundamental feature of quantum technologies, might be more stable than expected. Their results show that entanglement could indeed be used to improve the sensitivity of optically pumped magnetometers (OPM), as targeted by macQsimal. Such ultra-sensitive devices could have far-reaching implications for example in magnetic brain imaging and neuroscience in general (see also the coverage of this paper in ‘Hot and messy’ entanglement of 15 trillion atoms on phys.org).
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- Go to: European Quantum WeekOctober 13th, 2020
European Quantum Week
From November 2-6, 2020, an online event organized by the Quantum Flagship, with the support of the European Commission, will take place to share the advances that have been made so far in the field of Quantum Technologies. We invite you all to join this week of presentations, institutional round tables and discussions to learn more about the status and progress in this field.
- Go to: 12 European companies and research labs join forces to boost industrial quantum computing applicationsOctober 5th, 2020
12 European companies and research labs join forces to boost industrial quantum computing applications
The NEASQC project will investigate a large selection of NISQ-compatible industrial and financial use-cases and develop open source NISQ programming libraries for those use cases, to facilitate quantum computing experimentation for new users.
- Go to: DIADEMS, partner of the ASTERIQS project, has been selected as one of the 10 finalists of the Horizon Impact Award 2020September 30th, 2020
DIADEMS, partner of the ASTERIQS project, has been selected as one of the 10 finalists of the Horizon Impact Award 2020
DIADEMS has been selected as one of the 10 finalists of the Horizon Impact Award 2020, the European Commission’s initiative to value and celebrate FP7 or H2020 projects that have used their results to provide value for society.