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Feedback wanted - Draft Strategic Research Agenda of the Quantum Flagship

Published on August 5th, 2019

We are happy to announce that the first draft of the Strategic Research Agenda of the Quantum Flagship has been created and is ready to receive feedback from the Quantum Community.

Therefore please download the document here.

Your feedback and comment to the draft version of the SRA is highly appreciated.

In February we started the strategy process at the European Quantum Technology Conference in Grenoble with workshops for the dedicated areas of the agenda. More than 300 participants of the event contributed with their knowledge and experience in the field. Over the course of the year the editor teams for the chaperters met several times to put all the input together into one smooth document. Now it is your turn to give us your feedback and comments on the work done so far.

Therefore please send us your feedback in track change mode directly in the document not later than September 2nd, 2019 to sra-feedback@qt.eu

 

 

 

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