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  • Call to participate in the Mobile World Congress 2023

    The Quantum Flagship will be present at the Mobile World Congress 2023 (MWC23), which will take place in Barcelona on 27 February – 3 March 2023. Would you be interested in coming to the event and being part of the Quantum Flagship booth? This is a call to the EU quantum community, especially to the QT companies in QuIC, the quantum-related FPAs as well as national and regional quantum initiatives with programs in the areas related to the mobile ecosystem.

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    EU-Canada joint call on quantum technologies: three joint projects are funded

    On October 6th, 2022, the European Commission and Canada announced the support of three joint projects on quantum, as a result of the EU-Canada joint call on quantum technologies launched in June 2021, supported by the EU Quantum Flagship through the Coordinated and Support Action (CSA) InCoQFlag.

  • 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.

  • A boost in performances in fibre-integrated quantum memories

    Researchers from ICFO, partners of the QIA project, IFN-CNR and Heriot-Watt University report in Science Advances the demonstration of entanglement between a fibre-integrated quantum memory and a telecommunications-wavelength photon.

  • Consolidating the Course of Quantum Technologies

    The Quantum Flagship enters a new industry-oriented phase, focused on strengthening the link between the research community and the market by means of technology scale-up and transfer to companies. This will come with a new Coordination and Support Action, entitled QUCATS (2022-2025).

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    Getting closer to error-free quan­tum com­put­ing

    A team of experimental physicists implements a universal set of computational operations on fault-tolerant quantum bits for the first time, bringing error-free quantum computing a step closer.

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