The Strategic Advisory Board (SAB) for the Quantum Flagship has been officially announced by the European Commission. The Strategic Advisory Board provides advice for strategic decision-making to the Quantum Technology (QT) the Future and Emerging Technologies (FET) Flagship, with a long-term impact across the whole initiative. The group will be in charge of preparing and updating the Strategic Research Agenda whilst monitoring the Flagship’s progress in research, and will report regularly to the FET Board of Funders. SAB members are appointed for a two-year period, each of whom will meet two to four times per year and act upon request of the Chairperson.
Members of the SAB can be found here
Type A - Individual expert appointed in his/her personal capacity
|Maria Luisa Rastello||Italy|
|Wim van Saarloos||Netherlands|
Type C - Organisation
|Name of Organisation||Category||Countries/Areas represented|
|Asociación multisectorial de empresas de la electrónica, las tecnologías de la información y la comunicación de las telecomunicaciones y de los contenidos digitales (AMETIC)||Trade and business associations||Spain|
|Creotech Instruments S.A.||Companies/Groups||Poland|
|Infineon Technologies AG||Companies/Groups||Austria|
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