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Quantum projects

Here you will find information about the projects that are funded and started through the European Quantum Flagship initiative.

The Quantum Flagship consists of 24 projects (according to your filter)

  • trapped ions quantum computers trapped ions quantum computers
    Computing

    AQTION - Advanced quantum computing with trapped ions

    This project focuses on the scalability, availability, and applicability aspects of trapped-ion quantum computers, tackling the transition from current laboratory-based experiments to industry-grade quantum computing technologies.

    Go to: AQTION - Advanced quantum computing with trapped ions
  • Communication

    CiViQ - Continuous Variable Quantum Communications

    The vision of CIVIQ is to develop quantum-enhanced physical layer security services that can be combined with modern cryptographic techniques, to enable unparalleled applications and services.

    Go to: CiViQ - Continuous Variable Quantum Communications
  • optical clocks optical clocks
    Sensing and metrology

    iqClock - Integrated Quantum Clock

    Optical clocks are amazingly stable frequency standards, which would be off by only one second over the age of the universe. Bringing those clocks from the laboratory into a robust and compact form will have a large impact.

    Go to: iqClock - Integrated Quantum Clock
  • Sensing and metrology

    macQsimal - Miniature Atomic vapor-Cells Quantum devices for Sensing and Metrology Applications

    macQsimal is an EU-funded Horizon 2020 research project which will design, develop, miniaturize and integrate advanced quantum-enabled sensors with outstanding sensitivity, to measure physical observables in five key areas: magnetic fields, time, rotation, electromagnetic radiation, and gas concentration.

    Go to: macQsimal - Miniature Atomic vapor-Cells Quantum devices for Sensing and Metrology Applications
  • Sensing and metrology

    MetaboliQs - Leveraging room temperature diamond quantum dynamics to enable safe, first-of-its-kind, multimodal cardiac imaging

    Cardiovascular diseases are one of the most common causes of death worldwide. Therefore, it is necessary to develop personalized medical solutions to improve the chances of curing patients. In order to do so, the metabolic process of heart tissue needs to be understood and observed on a molecular level.

    Go to: MetaboliQs - Leveraging room temperature diamond quantum dynamics to enable safe, first-of-its-kind, multimodal cardiac imaging
  • Basic science

    MicroQC - Microwave driven ion trap quantum computing

    The construction of a large-scale trapped-ion quantum information processor can be made decisively simpler by using the well-developed and compact microwave technology present already in today’s mobile phones and other devices.

    Go to: MicroQC - Microwave driven ion trap quantum computing
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