Quantum Industry Day 2020

Published on September 14th, 2020

The Quantum Industry Day gathers academic and industrial R&D to foster exchange and accelerate the development of new quantum products.

Large private and public investments are rapidly pushing quantum technologies out of labs and into real-world applications. Industrial actors are playing a key role: they provide the enabling technologies as well as the commercialization know-how driving this development.

The programme covers the areas of quantum computing, quantum sensing, quantum instrumentation and quantum communication.

As a novelty, this years’ conference will be held virtually. This enables scientists from across the globe to participate and contribute to the event and ensures the safety and wellbeing of all participants.

As replacement for the originally foreseen Face-to-Face meetings, a Marketplace has been set up to advertise the offerings of participants. Virtual 1:1 meetings with participants can be booked on the Participants list or the Marketplace page of the events website.

The Quantum Industry Day 2020 is scheduled for the 1st and 2nd of October.


More information on the event

Information on the agenda and list of speakers

REGISTRATION: 30. September 2020 on the official website.


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