Distributed & autonomous systems, sensors for mineral exploration and materials development, satellites, and more – what do these technologies have in common? They would all benefit from non-bulky quantum computers and sensors that are able to operate at room-temperature. That’s where diamond-based quantum computing and sensors come in. Get ready to break free of limitations and explore the potential of diamond-based quantum technologies at the QBN Meeting on Applications of Diamond-Based Quantum Computing and Sensors, hosted by Fraunhofer IAF on May 4th. This working group meeting is the perfect platform for potential end-users to discover the unique advantages offered by diamond-based technology, compared to other quantum technologies. With a range of presentations, pitches and lab tours with a live demo, attendees will have the opportunity to network with like-minded individuals and organizations, explore potential partnerships, and collaborate on cutting-edge innovations. Don’t miss out on this chance to be at the forefront of this game-changing technology! In addition to the main event, there will be a pre-meeting dinner on the evening of May 3rd, providing an opportunity to connect with fellow attendees and network in a relaxed and informal setting while you taste regional delicacies. Join us and discover the limitless potential of diamond-based quantum computing and sensors.
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