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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)

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    Computing

    OpenSuperQ - An Open Superconducting Quantum Computer

    The overall vision of the OpenSuperQ project is to build a hybrid high-performance quantum computer of up to 100 qubits and to sustainably make it available at a central site for external users.

    Go to: OpenSuperQ - An Open Superconducting Quantum Computer
  • Simulation

    PASQuanS - Programmable Atomic Large-Scale Quantum Simulation

    PASQuanS will perform a decisive transformative step for quantum simulation towards programmable analogue simulators addressing questions in fundamental science, materials development, quantum chemistry and real-world problems of high importance in industry.

    Go to: PASQuanS - Programmable Atomic Large-Scale Quantum Simulation
  • Basic science

    PhoG - Sub-Poissonian Photon Gun by Coherent Diffusive Photonics

    The goal of PhoGs is to deliver a compact, versatile, deterministic source of quantum light based on integrated waveguide networks with engineered loss, and to develop its applications in metrology and other quantum technology tasks.

    Go to: PhoG - Sub-Poissonian Photon Gun by Coherent Diffusive Photonics
  • Communication

    QIA - Quantum Internet Alliance

    The long-term ambition of the European Quantum Internet Alliance is to build a Quantum Internet that enables quantum communication applications between any two points on Earth.

    Go to: QIA - Quantum Internet Alliance
  • Basic science

    QMiCS - Quantum Microwave Communcation and Sensing

    QMiCS sets up a quantum microwave local area network cable over a distance of several meters. We will use this architecture to implement quantum communication protocols such as teleportation between two superconducting quantum nodes.

    Go to: QMiCS - Quantum Microwave Communcation and Sensing
  • Communication

    QRANGE - Quantum Random Number Generators: cheaper, faster and more secure

    The generation of random numbers plays a crucial role in many applications in science and impacting society, in particular for simulation and cryptography. It is of fundamental importance that the generated numbers are truly random, as any deviation may adversely effect modelling or jeopardise security.

    Go to: QRANGE - Quantum Random Number Generators: cheaper, faster and more secure
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