The Quantum Industry Consortium (QuIC), aspires to advocate, promote, and foster the common interests of the European Quantum Industry towards all Quantum Technology stakeholders.
After the success of the first event “Towards a European Quantum Industry Consortium” which took place on June 24th, 2020, the QuIC organizing team together with the Industry Working Group of the Quantum Community Network and the Flagship Coordination Office are hosting a second edition of the teleconference on November 10th, 2020 from 09:30 to 13:00 CET.
The meeting aims at providing the audience with a coherent vision on what has been achieved until now by the Interim Working Groups (IWGs) and Work Packages (WPs) established right after the first event. Specifically, IWGs will present their results, whereas WPs will show the identified objectives, milestones, tasks and deliverables. A discussion session aimed at lay down specific action items that would move forward the foundation of the Consortium is also planned.
The registration procedure and agenda of the event are available here.
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